Ognjen Bajic is architect, project manager and ALM consultant at Croatian company Ekobit (www.ekobit.com). Previously, for more than a decade he was full time C++ and .NET developer. Ognjen manages teams that develop commercial software packages, some of which are sold in hundreds of thousands of copies. His main point of interest are the agile software development methodologies used to develop high quality, (almost :-)) bug free software. He has been working with Microsoft Visual Studio ALM tools since summer 2004 and has been speaking extensively about his experiences at various local and international events like Microsoft TechEd, ALM Days, Windays or NT Konferenca. Ognjen helps companies improve and optimize their development processes using ALM tools. Ognjen is Product Owner of TeamCompanion (www.teamcompanion.com), TFS client embedded in Outlook. He is PMP (Project Management Professional), MCSD and MCSD.NET (Microsoft Certified Solution Developer), MCTS:TFS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Team Foundation Server) for TFS 2008 and 2010 and has been awarded MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for Visual Studio ALM each year since 2006.
Continuous quality enforcement with VS ALM vNext
- Stopnja 300
23. maj 2012 14:45
In the session we will describe techniques and processes that ensure that our software is of high quality. We will discuss the dynamics of their usage from the early beginning throughout the whole lifecycle and give specific recommendations and examples how they can be implemented with the next version of Microsoft application lifecycle management tools. The session starts with some theory and goes on with ever more involved examples where we demo code review process, automated build with automated tests execution, coded UI tests, manual and exploratory testing with fast forward and the lab management enabling fully automated end to end build–deploy–test workflows.