Today I become an official Udemy instructor and Udemy approved my course about “Selenium Webdriver From Foundation to Framework in Arabic” , the first course for automation testing in Arabic. 👨💻 🤖 After 5 months of preparing , recording , coding , watching videos and reading different books related to automation and Selenium. Now you can start with this course from … Continue reading My First Course Published on Udemy!
In a relationship, communication is the most important thing. Communication is cited as the most important aspect in any relationship and in the success of any initiatives. Success of IT projects depends on the robust communication process. With emergence of social media, chats have become a well-accepted means of communication when it comes to approaching an … Continue reading ChatOps – Conversations, Put To Work
In Agile , your goal is to get Done , working software to sprint review meeting at the end of the sprint , If is not done , you can't show it. Sample Definition of Done (DoD): For Development/Coder: Code is written with unit tests. Unit tests have a minimum of 75% Code Coverage. Code has been merged … Continue reading DOD Definition Of Done
Team Foundation Server is a mainstay of Microsoft’s collaboration platform for software development teams. It provides modern application lifecycle support for modern app development, including agile project planning and management tools, version control, build automation, and the continuous deployment automation needed to effectively and efficiently manage software development projects. In addition to the value TFS … Continue reading What’s Team Foundation Service ?
http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/Australia/2012/DEV326 The Agile Planning tools in Visual Studio 2012 and Team Foundation Server 2012 offer fantastic value to agile teams. In this session you’ll see how you can customize them and make them fit the way you team works better. We’ll also look at some other useful template customizations and how to get … Continue reading Agile Planning Tools in Team Foundation Server 2012 – Make them your Own