Automated Testing

In the previous chapters we looked at the test process in general and how it can be designed to support agile teams and agile testing. Initially we can (and probably should) define and run our tests manually by using Microsoft Test Manager.

In this chapter we look at how we can evolve from manual tests to automated tests as we learn more about how our system needs to be tested.

Automated tests can also be used to test non-functional requirements. We can continue to build on the same automated tests and create performance and load test sessions to validate production-like use of the system we are developing.

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