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  • .NET Testing & ALM

    How to Find Anything You Need with a Single Click in TeamPulse

    We had 3 things in mind when we decided to create the new TeamPulse. We wanted to make it simple, intuitive and adaptable. The reason behind those three was our one goal – to help you be more productive, so you can get your work done much faster with no effort. That’s why we decided to create the new TeamPulse with built-in search capabilities that give you flexibility, and thus you can find what you are looking for in seconds and get things done faster. On June 6th we released the new TeamPulse. Since then we provide you with three ...
  • Testing & ALM

    JustCode 2013 Q2 SP1 Brings Cool Features as well as Visual Studio 2013 Compatibility

    The hardworking engineers for JustCode are at it again! Cranking out additional features, updated features, and best of all, Visual Studio 2013 Preview compatibility! Come on in for all of the juicy details.
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    How to connect your project to Team Foundation Service

    July 26, 2013 Share
    Lately we've been getting getting a lot of questions on when we're going to have support for the Team Foundation Service.  As it turns out our current functionality for TFS also works for the Team Foundation Service. This has been tested with the new Q1 2013 release (currently only available on our website as Beta but soon to officially released). But it should work with older version as well. Here are the steps to follow in order to establish a successful connection and work with Team Foundation Service: First ensure that the user has the necessary permissions to access the ...
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    The Relationship Between Exploratory Testing and Test Automation

    July 26, 2013 Share
    There is a lot of information (and misinformation) on the role and value of exploratory testing in the testing process.  Many teams plan their testing practices based on verifying that requirements have been met, and that is an important approach. But software quality is more than just meeting requirements.  Sometimes requirements make assumptions that aren’t tested through requirements-based testing, and aren’t discovered until defects not related to requirements are found.  Also, many times requirements are focused strictly on business functionality, and don’t look beyond that to other parts of an application. Exploratory testing, on the other hand, relies on the ...
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    It Only Takes One Change Order

    If you're like me you hate to give the project customer bad news. Especially if things seem to be going well on the project. If they aren't, then what's one more bit of bad news? You can probably just clump it in with the next round of bad stuff you have to show them or issues you have to bring to their attention. But if the project is running smoothly, then introducing bad news to the customer at any point can be painful...something you wish to avoid if at all possible. Scope issues = be careful However, when you play ...