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Training resources for better testing in Visual Studio?

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I've been using Visual Studio for a long time and still don't know the capabilities of the software when it comes to testing and debugging. Can anyone point to some good training resources to learn more about better testing and debugging methods using VS? Currently, I'm using VS 2013 Professional Edition.

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Hi,

I would highly recommend CBT Nuggets although the version they have published training videos for are in Visual Studio 2012 that may still help you develop within 2013.

http://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training-videos/course/msft_70_480#

The best thing with CBT Nuggets is you can start a free trial of the course with them to see if its what you're after.
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Thanks Roshan!
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