It's all new in VS 2005. Visual Studio Team Test! The greatest test environment EVER! You can do things like manual tests, unit tests and performance tests and, ah, that's about it. But it's really the greatest test tool ever! Believe me. I promise, I only drank SOME of the Kool-Aid, and it wasn't the grape, so I'm really telling the truth.
Those that really know me can confirm that I would never want to be in front of Oprah explaining a half truth or an outright lie. Congress or the average American voter I can handle, but Oprah, is WAY too much.
So, how about a forum for all of us Visual Studio Team Test users? I bet there are a bunch of other real testers out there using VSTT that would be GLAD to join me in discussing the finer points of this wonderful new tool.
I'm used to the loneliness
P.S. I'm not trying to make fun of the Python forum request. Honest!
If you're a slave to your free associations, does it automatically become something else?
Re: Any interest in a Visual Studio Team Test forum
Originally posted by JakeBrake: Mark - what is the forum directly above General discussion?
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">You don't mean ACT do you? ACT is a discontinued and poorly supported test thing given away be MS for awhile. VSTT is one of the three forms of Visual Studio you can get of VS 2005. There is one for analysts, one for developers, and one for testers. These are all VS but have different components in them.