Narrative gives you the tools to write readable behaviour-driven tests in Java. We'll look at an example and explain why you might choose to use Narrative over other testing frameworks.
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Introducing Narrative, a framework for behaviour-driven tests in fluent Java
Douglas Squirrel has been coding for 40 years and has led software teams for 18 of them. A London-based executive coach and consulting CTO, Douglas makes use of his extensive experience growing teams to advise startup founders and senior managers at companies such as Nested, Lostmy.name, DueDil, Trussle, and MarketInvoice. His previous roles include founding CTO at TIM Group and vice president of engineering at ecommerce startup Secretsales.