myVSTS offers free workshop on software testing techniques in Visual Studio 2010

This is a free of charge complimentary training offered in conjunction with the Visual Studio 2010 launch event. Limited to two person per company.
 
Key Data
 
Description
Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Test Professional 2010 include a suite of test tools that are integrated closely. They work not only in their own testing framework, but also within a larger framework of software life cycle tools. Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Test Professional 2010 let you create, manage, edit, and run tests, and also obtain and store test results. Several test types, including unit, Web, load, and manual tests, are integrated into Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Test Professional 2010. You run tests by using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Test Professional 2010. Additionally, you can run groups of tests or any single test other than the manual test type from a command line. Because the testing tools are integrated with the other parts of Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Visual Studio Test Professional 2010, you can publish results to a database, generate trend and historical reports, compare different kinds of data, and see how many and which bugs were found because of testing.
 
Who Should Attend?
Software Architects, Software Developers, Software Test Engineers, Software Quality Assurance Engineers, Software Quality Assurance Managers
 
Workshop Outline
Module 1: Working with Unit Tests.
Module 2: Working with Web Tests.
Module 3: Working with Load Tests.
Module 4: Working with Generic Tests.
Module 5: Working with Ordered Tests.
 
Duration
1 Day
Date
1st April 2010
Time
9:30AM – 4:30PM
Fee
Free
 
Training Venue
Global Knowledge Network (M) Sdn Bhd
 
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For more details, please download the brochure at http://www.k365labs.com/brochures/myVSTSApril2010Workshop.pdf
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