ALM for Developers with Visual Studio 2012

This course covers Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling from the perspective of a software developer including testing, software architecture, code quality, requirements and SQL Server database development.
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This course covers Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling from the perspective of a software developer including testing, software architecture, code quality, requirements and SQL Server database development.
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This course covers Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling from the perspective of a software developer. Topics include using TFS to minimize the impact of interruptions, unit testing, the Fakes Framework, Coded UI tests, code reviews, architecture tools and modeling, SQL Server database development, requirements management and customer feedback.
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Description
This course covers Microsoft's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tooling from the perspective of a software developer. Topics include using TFS to minimize the impact of interruptions, unit testing, the Fakes Framework, Coded UI tests, code reviews, architecture tools and modeling, SQL Server database development, requirements management and customer feedback.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(296)
Duration
4h 31m
Updated
24 Sep 2012
Course authors

Benjamin Day is a consultant and trainer specializing in software development best practices using Microsoft-based technology. He is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP, a certified Scrum trainer via Scrum.org, and a speaker at conferences such as TechEd, DevTeach, and VSLive. He can be contacted via http://www.benday.com.

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