You need quality enablement to achieve predictable delivery for your organisation which takes effort to achieve.
Standard Environments in Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Server make it possible to have an automated deployment of your software to a development or QA environment. You can then have a bunch of automated tests run in those environments, collecting data all the while.
Now that I have the Build failing because of a genuine bug and not just because of a test framework failure, lets see if we can trace through to finding why the first test in our new application failed. Lets look at the build and see if we can see why there is a red […]
Guess what. About 20 minutes after I fixed the build, Allan broke it again! Update: 4th March 2010 – After having huge problems getting this working I read Billy Wang’s post which showed me the light. The problem here is that even though the test passes locally it will not during an Automated Build. When […]
If you are in any way involved in or thinking bout Testing code, Websites or Web Services then you should have a look at the VSTT Quick Reference Guide 1.0 which the Visual Studio Team System Rangers team has published on CodePlex. If only this had been published weeks ago when I was delving into […]