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Visual Studio .Net 4.0 ALM Tools and Solutions Providers | 1.47 GB
Tracking and maintaining a software development project requires a team effort. With big improvements in the Application Lifecycle Management tools in Visual Studio 2010, project tracking can now be part of the development process. Anybody from team members, to project managers can now update tasks, check in code, run a testing matrix, report bugs and so much more. In this course you will start with an introduction to the ALM tools found in Visual Studio 2010 Premium Edition. These tools cover user roles, management, reporting and work tracking. Then the course will move onto version control with side by side code comparison. Then you will be shown the Team Build Architecture and working with Microsoft Test and Lab Manager.
In this course, you will:
*See the new features of Visual Studio 2010 for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
*Learn about the Team foundation Data Warehouse.
*Understand about Team System and Excel Reports as well as Ad-hoc reporting.
*Learn about Work Tracking with hierarchies, queries and link queries.
*Then move on to Version Control with Team Foundation Server version control concepts.
*See the new Version Control features like folder comparison, labels and branches.
*Work with Team Build Architecture on build definitions, scheduling builds and gated check-ins.
*Learn about Microsoft Test and Lab Manger for test plans for both manual and automated testing.
*Create bugs and how to manage them through context and reporting.
*Work with Test Project Overview, configuration and list editor for automated testing.
*Understand coded UI testing for Windows and Web Applications.
*Create Data-Driven Coded UI Testing.
*Learn about Web testing Using extraction and validation rules.
*See the importance of Load Testing using threshold rules.
*Work with Visual Studio 2010 modeling tools.
*Learn about improving code quality with Unit Testing, Analysis, Performance Tools and IntelliTrace.
*See Visual Studio 2012 Database tools in relation with versioning, project structure and deployment.