Sometimes in life, two unexpected elements can combine together to form something better.
Here I discuss how combining behavioural specifications from BDD and e2e testing can help provide a common testing understanding between developers and non-technical stakeholders. I also showcase a brief example to reinforce how behavioural specifications make the user perspective clearer within your tests.
Managing The Pitfalls of Persistent Testing Environments Despite living over two hundred miles from my immediate family, I have always been called upon as dedicated tech support when gadgets go wrong. I can regale many stories of fixing PCs, printers and mobiles on family visits or over phone calls. The age old strategy of switchContinue reading “Start Me Up”