Neuri Ltd is a UK-based consultancy with the mission to improve software development and help companies build better software by introducing agile practices and tools and improving communication between software implementation teams, stakeholders and clients. As a pioneer in the field of Agile Acceptance Testing, Neuri provides professional training services, mentoring and coaching, organises public events and publishes materials that help software teams to improve and communicate better. Neuri is run by Gojko Adzic, the author of TTest Driven .NET Development with Fitnesse and more than 200 articles published in various magazines. Gojko is also the leader of Skills Matter's Open Source .NET community, author of Skills Matter's Castle .NET course and editor and curriculum owner for Skills Matter's nHibernate course.
Gojko Adzic's Specification by Example: From User Stories to Acceptance Tests
Led by Gojko Adzic
Are you interested in creating more structured requirements and tests? Do you want to improve your communication between stakeholders and product owners and avoid common mistakes? Join Gojko Adzic for this exciting two day workshop!discovery acceptance-testing atdd bdd specification agile-testing
Successful Collaboration and MOFF - Applied
Featuring Chris Priest, Jenny Martin and Pete Buckney
In this talk Jenny Martin, Chris Priest and Pete Buckney (The Sparkle Team) share their experience on a government-funded R&D retail project with Sparkle CS and their application of BDD and agile testing techniques.bdd bddx mapping cucumber
BDD & The Business Analysts
Featuring Chris Matts
The Agile Alliance recently created a program that explores the role of business analysis and product management within Agile; this on-line discussion will be another part in that ongoing conversation involving some of the original participants.bdd product-management bddx agile
Two Sides of the Story
Featuring David Evans and Brindusa Axon
In this talk, David and Bri will debate the pros and cons of using stories and discuss practices and techniques for improving them. We are going to tackle concerns that trouble many agile teams, such as: What is the right level of detail for specifying user stories?bdd waterfall user-stories agile bddx
What do Testers do?
Featuring Tony Bruce and Adrian Rapan
In this session we will question ourselves (and others) to help realise how much value we can bring, what that value is, and how we do it. The idea is to help people realise testing is certainly not breaking stuff - or at least, it shouldn't be. Maybe it is! Come find out!bdd agile bddx tester testing
Whose truth is it anyway.
Featuring Matt Wynne and Seb Rose
Matt and Seb will talk about trust between participants in the game we call software development - why it's important, how hard it is to build and how easy it is to lose. Without trust how can the team agree on the truth of what we're setting out to build?bdd readability bddx
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Flexible Scope
Featuring Gojko Adzic and Christian Hassa
Join Christian Hassa and Gojko Adzic to discuss how to convince people to embrace flexible scope, not only for startup environments but for big enterprise projects as well.agile bdd delivery iterative bddx #bddx
#bddxnyc Park bench Panel Discussion
Featuring Gojko Adzic
Whilst enjoying some pizza & drinks, we'll hold the #BDDxNYC ParkBench Panel discussion, which will focus on any topic you like to discuss. You will be able to ask your questions to all #BDDxNYC speakers, and are also actively encouraged to join the panel and express your opinion or share...
Why unit test, and where?! - Getting the Testing Balance right
Featuring Russ Miles
Getting the Testing Balance right, It sounds like a no-brainer, right? Everyone has unit testing nailed, umm, right…? In this talk, Russ Miles of Simplicity Itself takes things back to basics to examine why many still do not unit test and, even worse, use unit testing in extremely unproductive...
Tarantino of BDD
Featuring Marton Meszaros
Want to learn how to avoid unmaintainable code, brittle tests (and frustration)? Like to understand how to capture conversations with stakeholders without the tools you use interfering with this goal? And learn about a pattern that could enable looser coupling between steps, cleaner step...