BDD Course, Berlin, 22-24 October 2014
I'll be joining BDD Kickstart and Cucumber Pro's Aslak Hellesøy in Berlin in October.
Tickets available here!
As well as Aslak's amazing Cucumber expertise, you'll also have an opportunity to learn about Cynefin and Capability Red. Find out how to short-cut BDD for familiar requirements, and how to handle areas of high uncertainty... then learn how to automate scenarios to ensure that your quality starts high and stays high, and that your software really does matter!
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Category Archives: business value
Out at Agile Eastern Europe in Kiev last month, I was privileged to see Bjarte Bogsnes and his talk on “Beyond Budgeting”. One of the elements that struck me most profoundly was when he separated the concerns inherent in budgeting. … Continue reading
Many of the companies I visit start with much the same problem: the development team aren’t collaborating effectively either internally or with the business, so they would like to adopt Agile, or better forms of Agile. Usually these are pretty … Continue reading
One of the biggest problems I encounter with BDD is that it was started by developers, for developers, so that we could get a better grip on what it was we were developing. As we began to understand the complexities … Continue reading
If you’ve heard me speak at any conferences or read my blog over the last few years, you’ll know that I’m really, really into Real Options. I’m half-tempted to get “Options have value. Options expire,” added to my tattoo. The … Continue reading
I often hear things like, “Tell the team what to build, but don’t tell them how to build it.” Or, “A feature is what you’re building. A story is how you’re going to build it.” Or, “When you’re doing TDD, … Continue reading
Another question that people often ask around or to me is, “What’s the difference between Acceptance Test Driven Development and Behavior Driven Development?” To explain, I’ll go back to the time when I first learnt BDD. BDD started at a … Continue reading