Wednesday 7th October, 2015
2:00pm to 2:30pm
BDD might just be software development nirvana. But what lies beyond? What happens when a team get really, really good at BDD? Can you get so good you don't need it anymore? Let's find out.
Matt Wynne, lead author of 'The Cucumber Book', will explore how a team evolves as they learn BDD. You’ll recognise pain-points you’ve felt yourself, discover the ones in your future, and get inspired about how far your team could get.
I like tea, I like solving problems. In that order. Co-founder of @cucumberbdd Author of http://the-cucumber-book.com bio from Twitter
He’s the lead developer on Cucumber-Ruby, the open source tool for running executable specifications that help bridge the communication gap between business stakeholders, testers and developers. He’s co-author of two books on Cucumber, The Cucumber Book with Aslak Hellesøy and Cucumber Recipes with Ian Dees and Aslak Hellesøy.
Along with Aslak Hellesøy and Julien Biezemans, Matt runs Cucumber Limited, the company behind the popular family of open-source tools that include Cucumber-Ruby, Cucumber-JVM, Cucumber-JS, Cucumber-CPP as well as the Gherkin parser that powers SpecFlow for .NET. The company also run a paid-for service called Cucumber Pro that offers a collaborative platform for teams using Cucumber.
Matt is a founder of the Kickstart Academy which provides training and consulting to teams learning to use Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) and other advanced agile practices.
He lives on the west coast of Scotland with his wife, two boys, two cats and a few chickens.
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