Gáspár Nagy on software

coach, trainer and bdd addict, creator of SpecFlow

Execute SpecFlow Scenarios on Azure Virtual Machines with TFS and SpecSync

by Gáspár on April 21, 2017

The test execution infrastructure of TFS has been improved a lot, so for now it is also possible to execute automated test cases on test machines (e.g. on Azure VMs) from the TFS web interface. You do not even need to install Microsoft Test Manager for the execution. There are neat features for this (like […]

SpecFlow Tips: Run only specific scenarios in TFS/VSTS build

by Gáspár on May 11, 2016

Many teams who use SpecFlow setup their continuous integration environment with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) or its cloud based service, the Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS, fka VSO). TFS/VSTS has an improved build system, where it is much easier to setup and customize builds. Regardless of the fact, which unit test provider you use […]

Integrating SpecFlow with Microsoft Test Manager (MTM)

by Gáspár on February 25, 2016

Many teams that are currently in a transformation process towards using agile and bdd have to face the problem that the new specification artefacts and reports have to be integrated into the existing tool chain. In the case of SpecFlow, many of such teams use Microsoft Test Manager (MTM, part of Team Foundation Server / […]

Connect to TFS 2013 Git Repository with LibGit2Sharp

by Gáspár on November 12, 2013

Have you ever tried to connect to a Git repository that uses NTLM authentication? No? I’m not surprised, because none of the known Git providers required such credentials. But with the Team Foundation Server 2013 git source control this is necessary, at least for the on-premise installed one. If you have used LibGit2Sharp (http://www.nuget.org/packages/LibGit2Sharp/, https://github.com/libgit2/libgit2sharp/)  […]