If you are developing SharePoint apps using Visual Studio 2010, be sure to join Telerik and Microsoft Regional Director and Chief Architect at SSW Adam Cogan for a free 3-hour session which is to take place in your own town: 

  • Sydney – Monday, March 28 
  • Melbourne – Tuesday, March 29 
  • Canberra – Wednesday, March 30 
  • Brisbane – Thursday, March 31 
  • Perth – Tuesday, April 12 
  • Adelaide – Wednesday, April 13 

All sessions run from 3:30pm to 6:00pm. 

During the session you will see how the 3 roles in a development team (project managers, developers and testers) will benefit from using Team Foundation Server 2010. 

If you are a PM, you’ll love: 

  • The dashboard that gives you an overall picture of how the project is progressing 
  • The easy customization of the reports using Excel Web Services 
  • How Visual Studio and TFS integrate seamlessly for SharePoint development 

If you are a developer, you’ll love: 

  • The integrated SharePoint developer experience inside Visual Studio 2010 like the SharePoint Server Explorer and built in templates 
  • The automated build server that can compile, run unit tests and run end to end UI testing 

If you are into testing, you’ll love: 

  • The many ways of automating your manual tests via: 
    • Web tests 
    • Performance tests 
    • Coded UI Tests 
  • The built-in bug reporting and capturing utilities in Test Manager that will provide developers with ample details on the bug 
  • How you can easily test on different environments with Lab Manager 

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About the Author

Antonia Bozhkova

 is a Product Marketing Manager for Test Studio and Fiddler. Enthusiastic about entrepreneurship and innovation, Antonia enjoys learning from like-minded software developers and testers which also helps her shy away from using marketing lingo in her writing. When she’s not behind the keyboard she likes to be out to sea. Antonia can be found on Twitter as @Bonbonia.


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