Converting a requirement into executable tests – BDT
This session will brief about the gaps that generally exist between managment and technical team memebrs. Here we will focus on how we can use Behavior driven development to fill this gap and can involve non-technical persons also in the development phase.
This will brief about how all the stakeholders in the development process (whether technical or non-technical) can be brought on the same page by using Behavior Driven Development.
Outline/structure of the Session
- Why Behaviors ?
- What is BDD/BDT?
- Who all are involved in BDD process?
- Involving management in Development/Testing.
- How does BDT help ?
- BDD/BDT Tools and Techniques.
- Requirement and Test mapping in BDT.
- Demo of BDT using JBehave.
How to involve both technical and non-techincal in the development/testing phases.
Practical Knowledge about behavior driven development and testing.
Developers and Test Engineers
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Enterprise customers are very different than the cool startups and small companies.
Sometimes the whole problem statement which build the basis of implementation in one organisation is discarded completely in the other company.
So in this talk we will take up top 5 challenges which we faced in our projects while implementing continuos delivery.
1. We wil talk about devOps landscape.
2. Open Source tools vs Propertery ones.
3. The trust in automation - how did we manage to gain trust of traditional management in automated delivery.
4. The tale of Product Owners - how did we manage to assign the role of product owner in a traditional project management company.
5. And of course, the mindset
All these real project scnerios and how did we solved them will be addressed in this experience report.