To coincide with the expected RTM of Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012, we’re pleased to be able to offer the following courses for early adopters of these products. A full list of our 6 new courses can be found here.

United States

Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
August 13th – Kirkland, WA | Register | Download Outline

Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
August 15th – Kirkland, WA | Register | Download Outline

Application Lifecycle Management solutions using Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
October 8th – Kirkland, WA | Register | Download Outline

United Kingdom

Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
October 22nd – London | Register | Download Outline

TFS 2012 Configuration and Administration
October 24th – London | Register | Download Outline

Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
October 29th – London | Register | Download Outline

TFS 2012 Quick Start for Developers
October 31st – London | Register | Download Outline

Australia

Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
August 30th – Melbourne, VIC | Register | Download Outline

Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
August 28th – Melbourne, VIC | Enquire now | Download Outline

Other

All courses are available for delivery onsite almost anywhere in the world. Enquire now.

by Anthony on Jul 17, 2012 at 3:19 AM

One Response to “New TFS 2012 course dates Aug-Oct 2012”

  1. Ramesh Panthangi says:

    Hi,

    I am writing to enquire Visual Studio Team System Training for our Test Engineers.

    Actually, we are looking for 5 days course which should cover all the below topics or similar to this.

    Overview
    • VS2010 Testing 2010: Testing capabilities of Visual Studio 2010
    • A five day workshop, the purpose of which is to provide a highly practical introduction to the Visual Studio 2010 testing capability.
    Course Objectives:
    By the end of the workshop delegates will be able to:
    • Understand and use the Test Management tool for manual testing
    • Understand and use the Environment and Lab management function effectively
    • Understand and use the Coded UI Test automation tool
    • Create, execute Load Tests and interpret results
    Topics
    Day 1
    • Introducing ALM and Visual Studio ® 2010
    o Overview of ALM
    o Software Quality Management within ALM
    o Different Areas of Testing
    o Visual studio 2010 and ALM
    o Work Items
    o Build Process for Testers
    o Roles and responsibilities within the Testing area
    o Overview of Microsoft Test and Lab Manager
    o Agile testing methodology and Scrum
    • Working with Microsoft Test and Lab Manager
    o Test and Lab Manager overview
    o Managing Test assets
    o Executing Tests, Recording and reporting results
    o Communicating bugs to developers
    o Recording simple tests and automated playback
    Day 2
    • Creating and managing Bugs with Microsoft Test and Lab Manager
    o Managing Defects
    o Reproducing Defects
    o Recording video during testing
    o Additional features within Microsoft Test and lab manager including intellitrace
    • Overview of Lab Manager
    o Virtualization overview
    o Test Project overview
    o Test configuration and features overview
    Day 3
    • Automated Testing using Coded UI
    o Identifying candidates for automation
    o What can be achieved with automation
    o Adopting a Test automation framework
    o Using Cross-Hair utility
    o Recording single application page for automation
    o Parameterization of the recorded scripts
    o Adding assertions to the recorded code
    o Validating Coded UI Tests
    o Creating Test Cases from recorded components
    o Creating Test sets using the Test Cases
    DAY 4
    • Web Testing
    o Overview of web testing
    o Understanding HTTP traffic, recording and interpreting client requests and server responses.
    o Recording and amending Web Tests, using recording tool and editing for possible errors to ensure that the simulation runs correctly.
    o Parametising server responses, using Extract Rules to capture and parametise server responses
    o Validating server responses, using Validate Rules to check the server responses received
    o Parametising user input, using XML to create Data Sources
    • Unit Testing
    o Unit Testing in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate
    o Code Coverage for Unit Tests
    Day 5
    • Load Testing
    • An overview of load testing, what we are trying to achieve and where load testing fits in the overall test plan
    • Creating Load Tests, using the Load Test Wizard
    • Running Load Tests
    • Understanding and sharing Load Test results
    • Overview of new Load Testing features in Visual Studio® 2010 Ultimate.
    • Understanding performance results, an overview of Performance Monitoring and understanding what Load Test results mean
    • Working with Load Profiles
    • Guidelines and considerations in load testing

    I am looking forward to receiving your reply.

    Regards
    Ramesh

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