Webinar | Simplifying Test Scripting in Coded UI Tests

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Coded UI Tests in Visual Studio 2010 is a very powerful tool for creating automated tests, but the feature-rich capabilities of Visual Studio 2010 may be overwhelming when trying to find the best approach to writing tests that are easy to read and maintain. Attend this event and:
  • Learn new ways to simplify test scripting by implementing test classes that use a different pattern than Visual Studio's default pattern.
  • Gain the basics of constructing a UI Map and how to modify it to make it easier to navigate.
  • Explore practices that simplify the code used for testing, which will lead to better reliability and usability of the test assets.
  • Discuss techniques for logging to enable more freedom for long term data gathering and sharing.
If you are responsible for implementing a framework automated testing solution or a tester/manager interested in solutions for making automated testing easier and more maintainable, then be sure to join this web seminar!

Tuesday, February 14, at 2 p.m. ET.


Byron Goodman, National Director of Quality Assurance, Neudesic

Byron has over 20 years of experience in the Information Technology field including more than 5 years of senior management. He has been instrumental in successfully implementing Quality Assurance and Testing process and procedures, as well as creating and growing teams with companies such as First American, Auto Club of Southern California, AmeriQuest, Kelley Blue Book and Twentieth Century Fox. Byron has been invited to speak at professional QA events to discuss the proper implementation of automated testing tools. He has developed full-scale training courses to introduce the concepts of frameworks as the basis of maintainable, long term automated testing. He works very closely with Microsoft and has given demonstrations and presentations to several Microsoft Enterprise clients.

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