Visual Studio 2010 Testing Tools: A Guide

Learning to become an effective developer means that you will have to become skilled at using each of the tools at your disposal. Visual Studio 2010 comes with a number of testing tools and features, but knowing how to use them effectively can be a daunting process, and even knowing which tools are available in each edition of Visual Studio can be tedious. Let's lighten your load now...

Microsoft has released several paid versions of Visual Studio, each with testing tools, including: Professional, Premium, Ultimate and Test Professional. The free versions of Visual Studio do not include the testing tools. The testing provided by Visual Studio includes unit tests, ordered tests, db unit tests, code coverage, web performance, coded UI tests, and test impact analysis.

Learning to become an effective developer means that you will have to become skilled at using each of the tools at your disposal. Visual Studio 2010 comes with a number of testing tools and features, but knowing how to use them effectively can be a daunting process, and even knowing which tools are available in each edition of Visual Studio can be tedious. Let's lighten your load now...

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