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In this lab, you will learn how unit testing is being completely revamped in Visual Studio 2012. By making the unit testing engine in Visual Studio extensible, Visual Studio 2012 will open the door for 3rd party unit testing adapters such as NUnit and xUnit.net. You will also learn about how the new code clone capability goes hand-in-hand with delivering high quality software by helping you identify blocks of semantically similar code which may be candidates for common bug fixes or refactoring.
- Agile Project Management in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
- Using the Architecture Explorer in Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 to Analyze Your Code
- Understanding Class Coupling with Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
- Code Discovery using the Architecture Tools in Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
- Making Developers More Productive with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
- Branching and Merging Visualization with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
- Unit Testing and Code Clone Analysis with Visual Studio 2012
- Using Code Analysis with Visual Studio 2012 to Improve Code Quality
- Introduction to PreEmptive Analytics
- Debugging with IntelliTrace using Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
- Introduction to Test Planning with Microsoft Test Manager 2012
- Introduction to Test Case Management with Microsoft Test Manager 2012
- Authoring and Running Manual Tests using Microsoft Test Manager 2012
- Introduction to Platform Testing with Microsoft Test Manager 2012
- Introduction to Coded UI Tests with Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
- Exploratory Testing and Other Enhancements in Microsoft Test Manager 2012
- Introduction to Web Performance and Load Testing with Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
Get introduced to the branching and merging visualization support in TFS2012. This support makes it much easier to understand a solution branch hierarchy and to propagate changes during the merge process.
In this lab, you’ll learn how TFS2012 can help you quickly plan, manage, and track work across your entire team. You’ll explore the new product backlog, sprint backlog, and task boards which can be used to track the flow of work during the course of an iteration.