Find all of my tweets published during the keynote sessions of Microsoft Connect(); event on November 18th, 2015.
This year -again- I presented at the (Dutch) SDN conference. Thanks to the visitors of my session!
The slidedeck of the session can be downloaded HERE. From this slidedeck, only a small part of the information provided in the session is visible. I did some nice demos on creating a build and publishing it to an Azure website within a few clicks.
This week I attended the Western European ALM Partner Summit in my role as Business Unit Manager of the ALM unit within Delta-N.
The summit was 2 days and was held in Haarlem. The summit is meant for partners who are active in the ALM space and provide them with information about the business and the Microsoft proposition.
At the end of the 2 days traditionally awards are given to the companies who excelled the last year in providing ALM Services. Based on a set of criteria you can earn the award.
I am proud to say that Delta-N won this award for the sixth time in a row. For us this means a great reward of the things we are doing and an extra push to continue our business.
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During my talk at the SDN conference, I told about misconceptions regarding unit testing. Some people were looking at me with a frown when I told this. I would like to refer to the blog of Steve Fenton who wrote about this subject and I rate his post on this topic quite high;
During my talk I didn’t deep-dive into this topic because it was not my goal to tell people about unit testing.
Apart from that I got some questions about supported technologies and platforms for Coded UI testing. More information can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd380742.aspx