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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?
We're interested in what the appropriate level of testing is, so we'll definitely be visiting the testing pyramid. We also have some ideas about the importance of readability, which has been the subject of some of our recent blog posts, so I expect we'll also tackle the testing iceberg. Along the way we might talk about second hand cars, recruitment consultants and/or Scrum certification. Trust us - it'll be fun.
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Whose truth is it anyway.
Matt is the author of The Cucumber Book, and in 2013 he cofounded Cucumber Limited with Aslak Hellesøy and Julien Biezemans. Their company was acquired by SmartBear in 2019 and he now works as a BDD Advocate with a mission to maximise the adoption of BDD practices in the software industry.
Consultant, coach, trainer, analyst and developer for over 30 years. Seb has been involved in the full development lifecycle with experience that ranges from Architecture to Support, from BASIC to Ruby. He’s a partner in Cucumber Limited, who help teams adopt and refine their agile practices, with a particular focus on collaboration and automated testing.