MagenTys help Retailers, Digital Agencies, Government and Financial Institutions improve software testing and software delivery through Agile, BDD, Test Automation, DevOps and Thought Leadership.
Our permanent team of 30+ Java, Ruby and .NET engineers help implement Open Source and 'best-in-class' tools and BDD methodologies to help teams work more collaboratively, efficiently and ultimately make development, testing and release management more interesting.
Our experts wrote the Agile Test Strategy for DWP, transformed M&S .com to BDD, deliver all testing for The White Company and Cambridge Satchel as well as successfully driving test automation at Pure360, Aldermore Bank, Thorntons, Missguided and more.
Coming soon are our Open Source Test Automation Frameworks for enterprise and digital platforms such as Hybris, Demandware, Magento, Dynamics, ERP, ETL, DW/BI:
- jMCore - Java, Cucumber, Selenium, Jenkins, Sauce Labs, Appium and more
- rMCore - Ruby, Cucumber, Selenium, Jenkins, Sauce Labs, Appium and more
- nMCore - .NET, SpecFlow, TeamCity, Sauce Labs, Appium and more
Why BDD doesn't fix things forever (and why that's a good thing)
Featuring Katherine Kirk
On software projects, we are usually in a state of delusion, ignorance and/or aversion due to the sheer rate of change we experience, the uncertainty of our environment/context and the fact that we are people working with people. Drawing on her study of eastern / tribal philosophy and its...bdd agile
Featuring Ulrika Malmgren
One of our enemies when working with BDD is the great Wall of Text. The long list of ""Given ... When ... Then ..."" which we fill our whiteboards with, which makes examples hard to overview and which doesn't help with either creativity or recollection.scenarios bdd agile
Breaking Out of the Pickle Factory
Featuring Aimy Ko and Rachel Davies
When people attempt to adopt a new approach like BDD, they hope for an easy route to improved results. But BDD isn't as simple installing new software tools and training people in how to use them. Skills in BDD cannot be bottled and bought off the shelf, they take a while to develop in an...bdd agile
Building better teams and the real business value of BDD
Featuring Jo Wickremasinghe
As a product manager, I've heard a lot about the magic of Behavioural Driven Development as a way to deliver well tested software that matters. And I have definitely seen and measured the tangible benefits of software delivered using BDD - higher quality, features meeting stakeholder...bdd agile
The failed pet projects of powerful public figures: what we can learn from Jeff Bezos, Sergey Brin and Barack Obama's painful public failures.
Featuring Megan Folsom
What do the Healthcare.gov, Google Glass and the Amazon Fire Phone have in common? These are all high profile technology products that either failed to deliver working software or failed to engage their audience. Over the years I've learned that the biggest obstacle to successful product...bdd agile
BDD Skills You Don't Even Know You're Missing [Workshop]
Featuring Paul Rayner
Join Paul Rayner for this intensive hands-on workshop exploring skills you need to make BDD work.bdd cucumber
Visualising Cukes: A Case Study in using Rich Representations to Achieve Client Consensus on End-to-End Experience
Featuring Joe Geldart and Chris Young
The more stakeholders involved with a project, the harder it is to achieve consensus on the project’s requirements, particularly when the system under discussion involves multiple interfaces joined into an end-to-end experience. This problem is exacerbated by the time pressures caused by the...cucumber bdd agile