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Pete Buckney and Phil Durrant explore the various conversations they want to enable, and the most useful way to capture these, based on experience on recent projects.
Along the way, they will ask a few questions:
- Don't the best BDD conversations come from diagrams, maps, and examples?
- How can we refactor our living document as easily as our code?
- Should we be asking non-devs to write in parseable language?
- How do we integrate our awesome TDD practice?
Pete and Phil will present some new tools for conversations that also readily translate into a highly usable living document that reports status and can be refactored easily.
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Conversations, Examples and Living Documents
Phil is a developer at Co Made, working in Java on Android and C# on everything else. Prior to that he worked in Operations at a big market research company, giving him something of a grasp on what might be called "Medium Data" and an abiding cynicism about all things research.
Pete is CTO at Railsbank - enabling fintech companies to access global banking with 5 lines of code, and driving the costs out of finance infrastructure so finance can be more inclusive and less abusive.