Archives / 2004 / October
  • Testing ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer

    Several people have asked for additional testing details after my recent Whidbey Update post where I talked a little about how we are building ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer.  Some specific questions I’ve been asked include: How do you build and track 105,000 test cases and 505,000 test scenarios?  How big is the test team in relation to the dev team? What tools do we use to write and run them?   What is the process used to manage all of this?  Etc, Etc.  Hopefully the below post provide some answers.

  • The new Audiovox 5600 SmartPhone Rocks

    I was at a team lunch yesterday sitting next to Jeff Cooperstein (our security guru for the .NET Framework), who was showing off his new AudioVox 5600 smart phone.  After playing with it for only 5 minutes I was hooked, and I went out to the mall and bought one myself earlier today.

  • Whidbey Update

    ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer are coming along well, and my team is cranking towards our Beta2 release. 

  • ScottGu Finally Returning to Blogging

    Apologies for my blog absence the last 9 months.  I’ve been wanting to jump back in but have been super busy at work and just haven’t had a chance.  Work is busier than ever at the moment, but my guilty conscious (and various people sending me nag mail) has finally got the best of me.