Training Courses Available

In addition to ALM/DevOps Consulting, Azure Consulting, Custom Development and Product Development, Nebbia Technology also has a variety of training courses available. The three training courses currently listed on our site include Visual Studio Team Services, Test-Driven Development with Visual Studio and Microsoft Test Manager.  We also have the ability to create customized training for your team and/or organization based on your current needs.

Our Visual Studio Team Services course is a 2-day course that  will teach you how to succeed with Visual Studio Team Services and leverage its functionality to enable your team to deliver quality software. (There are two versions of this training available, one for Developers and one for Agile Practitioners.)

Our Test-Driven Development with Visual Studio is a 1-day course that covers an introduction to TDD practices and techniques, Unit Testing with Visual Studio Fundamentals, working with MSTest and Continuous Feedback.  We recently conducted this training and customized it by adding an additional 1/2 day of training to cover Unit Testing with Jasmine.

Our Microsoft Test Manager course is a 2-day course that provides Testers with the knowledge needed to take full advantage of TFS 2013’s capabilities using Microsoft Test Manager.

For additional information please visit the training section of our resources library here.  To request training, full descriptions and agendas of these training courses or to have a conversation about creating customized training for your team, please contact us at sales@nebbiatech.com.

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Chelsea Coster

Director of Sales and Operations at Nebbia Technology. Prior to Nebbia Technology, she worked in Information Technology Staffing for over 5 years and held various roles including Technical Recruiter, Executive Recruiter and Technology Division Director for Orlando. She serves as the Director of Communications at ONETUG (Orlando .NET User Group) and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Human Resources from the Florida State University. She can be found on twitter @ChelseaZCoster.