• .NET Testing & ALM

    More “That’s Neat!” Episodes Posted

    You may have caught some of the earlier “That’s Neat!” episodes I’ve posted over the last year or so. I’ve just posted a number of new ones, and have gathered all of them into one series suitably titled, wait for it… “That’s Neat.” I hope you enjoy these! They’re always fun to make. We’ll be adding more in the future. Do you have some favorite feature of Test Studio you’d like to see in a “That’s Neat!” episode? About the author Jim Holmes Jim Holmes has around 25 years IT experience. He's a blogger and is the Director ...
    May 14, 2013
  • Testing & ALM

    JustMock Adds Event Handling to Automocking

    Automocking gets even better with the improvement of event mocking in the latest service pack. Read more to see how easy it is!
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    Telerik Test Summit 2013 Wrap-up

    Greetings, fellow testers. Last week, we hosted a number of thought leaders in the testing community as part of the 2nd annual Telerik Testing Summit (Twitter: #TelSum) in Austin, Texas. The event is a free-form peer conference on software development — of which testing is an important part — its current state and possible avenues of improvement. The agenda was developed on the spot and adjusted throughout the weekend, with an emphasis on flexibility. A few tools and technologies were mentioned, but this was very much a broad discussion of people and how they relate to each other, of ideas ...
    May 09, 2013
  • Testing & ALM Mobile

    On Inner and Outer Using Directives

    A true tale of inner and outer using directives and introducing a new, user created extension for JustCode.
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    The Perfect Project Status Report

    The project status report is the project manager’s billboard to the world as far as how things are going on his project. It starts clean at the beginning of the project, full of optimism predicting the future of the engagement and indicating what’s coming up in the coming days and weeks. Everything is reset to zero, everything is on time, everything is on budget, and there are likely very few if any issues to be attacked. All is quiet…all is good. So, you’re ready to move forward with your brand new project. What do you include on the status report? ...