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    Agile Interview with Hala Saleh

    August 01, 2013 Share
    This is our forth interview of our brand new series of Agile Interviews with agile influencers. Our previous interviews were with Joel Semeniuk, Stephen Forte, and Elizabeth Harrin If you have any questions for Hala, please submit them in the comments section below. There is an agile influencer you think we should interview? Please share them also as a comment below. Would you please introduce yourself? My name is Hala Saleh, and I am currently an agile project management consultant with both Certified Scrum Master and Project Management Professional certifications. I coach and work with agile teams and ...
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    Test Studio 2013 R1 Arrives 6 August

    August 01, 2013 Share
    It’s been a long time coming, but Test Studio 2013 R1 will release on 6 August! There’s a tremendous amount of work that’s gone into this release, and we hope you’ll be as excited about it as we are. You can find some of the details about features on the roadmap. You should also have a look at Jared’s post about the new execution architecture – that’s one of the most exciting parts of the release. (In addition to being able to record in more browsers, as evidenced by the screenshot above.) We’re having our release webinar on 15 August ...
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    Getting Started with your first Windows 8 HTML app using RadControls – Part 2

    August 01, 2013 Share
    Building on the previous Getting Started post, this post adds and configures a RadGrid.
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    Is Your WPF Application Leaky? JustTrace Will Tell You!

    August 01, 2013 Share
    With the ability to create striking and visually rich applications, WPF has become the preferred stack for building desktop Windows applications. To help development WPF also provides a powerful set of data-binding features. But, if you’re not careful these data-binding features can create difficult to find memory leaks in your WPF application. JustTrace can help you locate these leaks and correct them.

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    Browsers, Browsers Everywhere

    August 01, 2013 Share
    Automated web application testing is easy, right?  You sit down at a client computer, pop open a browser, record a few scripts that reflect test cases, then set them up to execute automatically on the application.  You may have to go in and adjust some of the parameters to make sure the script with exercise the right control with appropriate data, but other than that, you’re ready to play back those scripts during normal testing activities. But one wrinkle is that actual use is a little messier than that.  For example, users are likely to use different browsers with your ...