Visual Studio 2015 adds a new Unit Test Generator feature, which can generate test skeletons, including project files. It can generate for multiple frameworks, currently MSTest, NUnit and XUnit. In the case of the latter two, nuget packages are also automatically included. VS 2015 also includes Intellitest, a framework for generating tests parametrized data driven tests based on analysis of the code.
About the speakers
Mr. Unit Tester
Terje Sandstrom has been a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP since 2009. Most of his work is on advising developers, architects, project managers and testers, in larger companies. He is interested in all aspects of software development, even though coding principles are a favourite.
Terje has worked as a professional in industrial design and development for far many years than he care to remember, moving gradually from electronic design over to software design. He holds a M.Sc in Physics from the University in Oslo, graduating with a mixture of physics and informatics/software.
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