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By: Denver Code Monkey  09-12-2011

This post is all about User Acceptance Testing, and why you’ll want a DLL page. In any good development environment, you’ll want to make sure you have some things covered. 1. Source Control (Source Safe, Vault, Subversion, etc) 2. Documentation Tools 3. Test Plan With the test plan, you’ll want to mark which DLL you [..]

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