Test Automation for Microsoft D365 Business Central online course
Comeback of a classic: Test Automation for #msdyn365bc online course.
Starting om 9th of May, in six sessions I will introduce you into the world of BC test automation.
More details and registration form to be found here.
Interview: Why test automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a team effort
From fresh to shared fixture #3 – refactoring can start
From fresh to shared fixture #2 – a refactoring example
From fresh to shared fixture #1 – a nice display of applying TDD’s 2nd rule
Errata and Updates to my book and GitHub project (2nd edition)
Addendum #02 – Including all extended pages in permissions testing
Addendum #01 – Scenario 0032 ‘Test that lookup value shows on standard Customer – List report’
Now Luc, tell me, why should I buy the 2nd edition of your book?
2nd Edition of my book is out!
Like any other kind of project writing and publishing a book never leads to a 100% flawless result, whatever the level of commitment and professionalism. My peers and I have spend so much time in getting things reviewed and modified. Alas, it might seem useless but of course isn’t. I…
As promised in my first addendum post Addendum #01 – Scenario 0032 ‘Test that lookup value shows on standard Customer – List report’ I would pick up one-by-one the out-scoped issues logged on the GitHub repo accompanying the book. This one took a bit longer because of my needed Xmas…
Those who have already acquired my book and started to read might have discovered that there is a GitHub repo accompanying the book. They also might have seen that a number of out-scoped issues have been already listed. Issues I was going to handle after the book would be published….
Various times I have been asked what the differences are between the 1st and 2nd edition of my book Automated Testing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Or in other words: Luc, tell me, why should I buy the 2nd edition of your book? So, I made a quick overview…