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Writing cukes describing the real business value a feature is providing is hard. We end up having an horrendous amount of step definitions that muddle the real value the feature is providing; cluttered with interactions with the UI.
This talk describes a different approach to writing cukes following a pattern that has evolved from working on several customer project; The Impersonator Pattern.
With this approach to defining your step definitions you will have clearer steps in your cukes. You will be able to see in "one go" what a certain type of user can do in the application you are describing and benefit from the clarity of the cukes.
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The Impersonator Pattern
Sofware Craftsman, co-founder of path11. Enrique has been crafting software for businesses since 1995 and has worked all over the world, building systems and leading teams in industries like artificial intelligence, gaming, insurance, telecoms, tradi