Indianapolis TFS User Group Meets on October 5th to talk about Load & Performance Testing!

In case you haven’t run across it yet, we have a great group of technologists in Indianapolis focusing on Application Lifecycle Management, SDLC and best practices using Team Foundation Server for managing development. They meet every month or so at the Microsoft Office to talk about latest developments in the industry, tips and tricks for using the Microsoft ALM stack, and diving deep on topics around agile and Scrum, automated testing, continuous integration and much, much more!  Whether you’re doing .NET, Java, php, or even MainFrame development there is something here for you.  The group is run by a good friend and TFS aficionado , Paul Hacker, who also happens to be an ALM MVP, and one of the brains behind Radio TFS.  Check it out!


Web Performance & Load Testing in Visual Studio 2010

Visual Studio 2010 Premium and Ultimate include several tools for authoring and executing a variety of test types. In this session we explore some of its basic test management capabilities before diving in to building and executing both Web performance and load tests in Visual Studio 2010.

Speaker: Dave Fancher

Bio Dave Fancher is a Principal Software Engineer at Aprimo in Indianapolis, Indiana. He has been building software with C# and the .NET Framework since version 1.1 and is active with both the IndyNDA and Indy TFS user groups. Most recently his focus has been on getting the most out of Visual Studio and developing applications for Windows Phone. When not writing code he enjoys spending time with his family, photography, and gaming on on his Xbox 360.


More Details

Time: 5:30 PM Food (Pizza and Soda)

6:00 – 7:00 PM Meeting

Meeting Date: October 5th 2011

Location: Microsoft Ste 460, 500 East 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46240-3766