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Approaches to testing:
Test Driven Development
Testing vs Debugging
Visual Studio 2015/2017 support for Testing
Microsoft Test Manager for Manual Testing
Creating Test Projects
Test Project options:
What to Test
Use of Interfaces
.NET Framework support for testing
Testing frameworks MS Test vs NUnit
Framework specific Attributes
Initializing and Cleanup of Unit Tests
Checking for Exceptions
Tests and Reflection
Testing private/protected members
Avoiding intrusive testing
Testing Asynchronous Methods
Use of Microsoft Test Manager
Integration with TFS and Team Project
Creating Test Plans
Creating Test Suites
Creating Test Cases
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