Even if we have unit tests in place, problems can still occur when the code is released to production. This course will show you how to use Scientist.NET to test the new code in production to gain greater confidence before starting to use it.
Errors in production code can be costly to fix, more stressful for the development team, and frustrating for the end-user. In this course, Testing C# Code in Production with Scientist.NET, you will get to see how Scientist.NET allows sections of the application to be changed more safely by running both the existing code alongside the new code in production. You'll begin with an introduction to Scientist.NET before installing it and writing your first experiment. Next, you'll learn how to customize the configuration of experiments. Finally, you'll learn how to publish experiment data to SQL Server and analyze experiment results. After completing this course, you'll be ready to start
testing new code in production using Scientist.NET before starting to use
Hi everyone, my name's Jason Roberts, welcome to my course: Testing C# Code in Production with Scientist.NET.
I'm a Microsoft .NET MVP, freelance developer and author.
In this course, we're going to learn how Scientist.NET can give us greater confidence when releasing new code to the production environment.
Some of the major topics that we'll cover in this course include the fundamentals of how Scientist.NET works, the additional benefit it gives us over and above unit testing, how to install and start using it, and how to create and publish custom reports.
By the end of this course you'll understand the benefits Scientist.NET offers and how to use it to gain greater confidence that the code you're going to release to production will actually work in the live production environment.
Before beginning the course you should be familiar writing basic C# code in Visual Studio.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey with the Testing C# Code in Production with Scientist.NET course, at Pluralsight.