Matt Wynne, co-founder of Cucumber, delivers a short webinar presentation on 10 easy ways to fail at Behavior-Driven Development (BDD). Many organizations desperately want to enjoy the benefits of practicing Agile testing BDD, yet set themselves up for failure.
Agile testing tutorials and how to content : Test-Driven Development (TDD), Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) and other agile approaches for software testing.
The “More Agile Testing” book is the sequel to the book Agile Testing written by Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin. This book continues to explore the topic of software testing in an Agile context.
As traditional knowledge sharing is no longer an effective way to deliver great software, the presenter has modified the mob programming concept to mob testing to improve the way teams communicate. This innovative approach to software testing allows the whole software development team to share every piece of information early on.
If you are in bed with your partner but you are not collaborating, then nothing good is going to happen. This is thee same for quality assurance (QA) and software testing in Agile development projects.
There are still many people questioning the value of unit testing, and even more for the Test-Driven Development (TDD) approach. In this article, Krzysztof Jelski shares with us five metrics that should improve with the adoption of this agile practice for software development and testing.
There are a lot of examples on the web on how to introduce good agile testing and architectural patterns when you are starting a new software development project. In reality, even on newer projects, you are more often working in a less than ideal state.
This presentation shows what it is like working with Behavior Driven Development (BDD) frameworks like JBehave, Cucumber or Concordian. It proposes an effective alternative solution for BDD which is ‘Spock’ – a convenient, lightweight framework, based on the Groovy language.