Friday 24th May, 2013
11:15am to 11:35am
Behaviour driven development helps raising the quality of the software we build, but it is also a communication and collaboration tool between technical and non-technical people. Allows teams to focus on building strictly the features agreed and discard distracting 'what-if' scenarios. Crucially, BDD makes quality the responsibility of the entire team, not only testers and developers. The talk is particularly aimed at non-tecnical people, all of it explained without technical bla-bla!
If you can't/couldn't make it OR you would like to take a look to the introduction to BDD that I've prepared, you can download it from here:
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