Building & Testing Win8 app with Team Foundation Services and Microsoft Test Manager 2012

Our Techdays 2013 session is online.

As a reminder, here is the abstract of the session:

Visual Studio 2012 offers you all the required dev tools to build nice looking Windows 8 Applications, but together with the Application Lifecycle Management tools in Team Foundation Server 2012, you can now also easily setup a distributed team development environment with version control, work item management, build automation and test case management. In this session, you will get a quickstart to develop a Windows 8 app, making use of Team Foundation Service (in the cloud). We will also demo the advanced testing features in Microsoft Test Manager 2012 to run Exploratory Tests on Windows 8 applications to detect potential bugs and to capture rich visual debugging information for the development team.

The video can be viewed on channel 9: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechDays/Belgium-2013/11

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Use HTML5 to build what you want, where you want it

For all those students who want to download the presentation I gave at the techdays, find them on slideshare:

I had a great time, and I hope that I could inspire you to create awesome windows 8 applications using your HTML, CSS and JavaScript skills.

I also found some pictures that a few of my colleagues took during the session for those who want to have an impression of how it was:

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If you also have image sabout the session, please mail them.

K.

Building & Testing a Windows 8 App, making use of Team Foundation Service and Microsoft Test Manager 2012

Hi there,

The slides Pieter and I used in our techdays presentation can be viewed on slideshare:

Hope your enjoyed the session, even when my voice was working to well

Techdays S2B HTML5 Session online now

As promised, here is a link to the session that I gave at the Microsoft S2B day at techdays.

gr k.

My list of top sessions at #techdaysbe

After reading Kris’s blog post on his sessions, here are mine:

Day 1:

  • The Future of C# and Visual Basicby Bart De Smet
  • The Developer story: CLOUD by Wade Wagner

Day 2

  • Building services for phone and tablet applications using WebAPI by Matt Milner
  • Project Roslynby Alex Turner
  • The zen of asyncby Alex Turner
  • Signal R by Maarten Balliauw

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