Be the first to like this
In agile projects, when the cycle from ideas to production shortens from months to hours, each software development activity—including testing—is impacted. Reaching this level of agility in testing requires massive automation. But test execution is only one side of the coin. How do we design and maintain tests at the required speed and scale? Testing should start very early in the development process and be used as acceptance criteria by the project stakeholders. Early test design, using a business domain language to write tests, is an efficient solution to support rapid iterations and helps align the team on the definition of done. These principles are the basis of acceptance test-driven development practices. Laurent Py shows you how the use of business domain languages enables test refactoring and accelerates automation. Come and learn how you can leverage acceptance tests and key test refactoring techniques.