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Written specs are easy to read but hard to write. Even with an understanding of the principles and tips for writing good Gherkin, it can be very hard to keep scenarios clean, informative and readable.
In this workshop, John and Tom will take a practical look at some real-world Gherkin scenarios, investigate what makes them smell and practise how to improve them. You will take away some powerful refactoring patterns to help make your own specs a joy to read.
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Tom Roden is a software delivery consultant, coach and quality enthusiast, helping teams and people make the changes needed to successfully adapt to the changing demands of their environment.
John is an international speaker, consultant, author and trainer well known in the Agile community for his many books, articles and presentations, particularly in areas such as BDD, TDD, test automation, software craftsmanship and team collaboration.