Monthly Archive for: July, 2015

Unit Testing with Visual Studio 2015’s IntelliTest

July 31, 2015 | By | No Comments

When you run IntelliTest, it examines your .NET code to generate not only unit tests but also test data for the unit tests to use. Based on the logical branch conditions it finds, tries to create tests to provide the maximum amount of code coverage. In case you were wondering, Microsoft has been working on this technology for a while. IntelliTest is based on the Pex …

Happy VS2015 RTM Day!

July 20, 2015 | By | No Comments

It’s here! Visual Studio 2015 has launched! There are too many new features to talk about (plus, I’m excited to get it installed and start playing with it), so I won’t go into details here. Along with Visual Studio, we have new versions of just about all of Microsoft’s developer toolchain, with the very sad exception of Team Foundation Server. However, Release Management 2015 did come …

Prepare to “Run IntelliTest” with Visual Studio 2015

July 17, 2015 | By | No Comments

Anyone who is doing agile development will preach about how you need developer unit tests in the code base in order for automated builds to be effective. If you don’t, all you really know is that your code compiles on a another machine without any handholding. In order for automated builds to be beneficial, you need to test to see if your compiled code actually works …

Customizing the Team Home Page

July 1, 2015 | By | No Comments

I recently received the following message via LinkedIn from someone who read my The New TFS 2013 Agile Planning Features in Update 2 blog post: What I can’t figure out is how to get the square tiles with info. … I can configure TFS anyway I want to, but I just can’t find instructions, blogs, videos or anything that talk about tiles. I can create any …

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