Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) is an approach than encourages teams and stakeholders in general to reason about requirements in terms of “executable specifications”, and focus on implementing features with demonstrable business value. BDD is more than just a development technique: in fact, it introduces a whole new dynamic to interactions between team members and stakeholders, a dynamic that increases communication, improves productivity and reduces waste. Through ongoing conversations between business stakeholders and team members, a team applying BDD principles will explore the business goals, capabilities and behaviour that the stakeholders need. They then propose features that the system will need to deliver these capabilities, and use concrete examples and counter-examples to explore and understand these features more fully. In this talk, you will learn about the principles and benefits of BDD for the whole team, how BDD works in practice, and how it affects the various team members in a project. Finally, you will discover the relationship between behavior driven development and automated acceptance testing.
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