Many teams struggle with the implementation of user story acceptance criteria and having a shared understanding about the expected story outcomes. This often results in missed stakeholder expectations, ad-hoc assumptions made by the team during implementation and conflict between team members and the product owner around testing.
This session shows how specification-by-example and acceptance test driven development will address team conflict, missed stakeholder expectations and overall increasing the level of clarity on the project end-to-end. The presentation will cover the theory behind ATDD and case-studies and practical experience from real projects.
The talk was held at the ALM summit 3 in Redmond, January 2013. Recording of the talk can be found here: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/ALM-Summit/ALM-Summit-3/Implementing-ATDD-and-Specification-By-Example
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