Behavior Driven Development (BDD) – A collaboration practice and not just test automation
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a agile practice that helps in overcoming collaboration challenges between Product Management Team and Software Develop Team. Unfortunately team usages BDD tools more for test automation than addressing collaboration challenges. This talk with demo is to understand what is BDD and how to practice to bring more transparency in software development.
Talk will also help to understand how to build a infra to bring visibility about what feature team is building on day to day basis with help of CI tools.
Outline/structure of the Session
BDD Intro - 15 mins
Building feature through BDD - 20
How to CI can be useful in bringing visibility and transparency - 10
Learn BDD in 45 minutes
schedule Submitted 1 year ago
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