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by Jonathan de Halleux, Nikolai Tillmann
Pex is a new tool that helps in understanding the behavior of .NET code, debugging issues, and in creating a test suite that covers all corner cases -- fully automatically.
by mkalos
Learn how to configure Team Foundation Server for automated web deployment.
by Anton Angelov
The next logical step in your build will be to build your solution or projects. I will guide you how to do it via MSBuild as build engine and NuGet for downloading the necessary packages.
by srikantsahu
This is a simple application developed using C# MVC and jquery for basic CRUD operations. The application can be unit tested using selenium web drivers.

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by Anton Angelov
If you need to rerun Failed Tests (MSTest), you can download the application that I wrote. Examples how to use it and code snippets.
by Flávio Henrique de Carvalho
What, where, when and who to test in your code
by Anton Angelov
The next logical step in your build will be to build your solution or projects. I will guide you how to do it via MSBuild as build engine and NuGet for downloading the necessary packages.
by Anton Angelov
If you are creating .NET libraries most probably you need to create NuGet packages to distribute your code. You can make your life easier if you create an automatic Jenkins Job for the purpose.

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