Omaha Team System User Group Meeting
Start Time: March 23 2010, 6:00 PM
Now = 4/20/2024 9:57:03 AM Start = 3/23/2010 6:00:00 PM
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Posted by jbramwell at March 17 2010, 4:35 AM

MeetingDetails Presentation: What’s New for Testing in Visual Studio 2010 andTFS 2010**Visual Studio 2010 introduces Lab Management 2010 and TestProfessional 2010 to remove the silos between QA professionals and developersto establish a more cohesive development and testing process.  Together these products include tools andfeatures for creating test plans, creating and running manual tests, automatedUI testing, creating test virtual environments, recording manual tests, andcollecting diagnostic and error data to easily include with bugs.  See how everyone on your development andtesting teams can take advantage of these improvements.**Speaker: Mike Douglas, **Deliveron Consulting ServicesMike Douglas is a SolutionConsultant at Deliveron Consulting Services where he provides end-to-endsolutions and TFS installation, configuration, and custom development forclients. He has over 11 years experience building enterprise level applicationson a variety of .NET technologies including WCF, Web Services, ASP.NET,Disconnected Smart Clients and Data Synchronization, BizTalk, and TeamFoundation Server. Mike enjoys trying to keep up with the constant change andevolution of .NET. Mike is an experienced presenter having spoken at theHeartland Developers Conference and several Omaha .NET User Group meetings onCSLA.NET, Subsonic, and TFS. He also spoke at the 2008 ESRI International UserConference on a GIS integration project he helped lead. Mike actively maintainsthe open source project, Team Deploy, on CodePlex fordeploying MSIs using Team Foundation Server. Mike also enjoys sharing hisexperiences in Code Generation, CSLA.NET, and TFS on his blog at for Topics and SpeakersAs a community-based user group, we encourage involvement from ourmembers (whether it's presenting on a topic, providing topic suggestions, orsupporting the group by attending the sessions).  If you have a topic thatyou would like to present during a future Omaha Team System User Group meeting,please let me know.  We are always in need of speakers and topics.
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