Climbing the Agile Testing Ladder

Thursday 08 August 2013

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Climbing the Agile Testing Ladder

Climbing the Agile Testing Ladder featuring Visual Studio 2013, TFS 2013, Microsoft Test Manager 2013, and Lab Management 2013.

Let's do a lap around the improvements to Microsoft Test Manager and see how the world has improved with manual, exploratory, and automated testing.

In this session, we will:

  • Talk about how stakeholders can start a discussion with the Feedback tool.
  • Show how the initial testing experience is now in the web and the advanced experience is in Microsoft Test Manager.
  • Use Visual Studio to author automated tests that can be played back against a variety of browsers.
  • Look at a technique that will allow you to test across different devices and form factors.
  • Explain how Lab Management setup and administration has improved dramatically.

Whether you're a tester or a developer, this session is for you.


Thursday 08 August 2013

Gather for food and drinks at 5:45 PM
Presentation starting at 6:10 PM

Seminar Room 3 (QB3)
Quadrangle Building B
Massey University Albany Campus

  • Catch up with North Shore .NET User Group members.
  • Have a bit of Pizza and a refreshment.
  • Meet Adam Cogan.
  • Learn about the improvements to Microsoft Test Manager.


Our speaker is:

Adam Cogan

Adam Cogan

Adam Cogan is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom .NET, SharePoint, and CRM solutions (with a splash of Buisness Intelligence). At SSW, Adam has been developing custom solutions for business across a range of industries such as Government, engineering, banking, insurance, and manufacturing since 1990 for clients such as Microsoft, Worley Parsons, and Aurecon.

At SSW, Adam enjoys working with the teams, improving their usage of Scrum and TFS, reviewing the architecture of large .NET projects, while also taking an active interest in the overall User Experience (UX).

You can view Adam's Blog here!







Our Sponsors

The North Shore .NET User Group would like to thank our sponsors, for making this event happen.