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This talk will look at 5 things Cucumber’s bad at, why that’s a good thing, and what it tells us about Cucumber’s sweet spot in a team’s toolkit.
Many times, when people complain about something Cucumber’s not good at, they’re unwittingly describing something Cucumber shouldn't be good at. They’re revealing that they don’t quite understand BDD and Cucumber’s role in it.
Cucumber is the world's most misunderstood collaboration tool and people need to hear this over and over again.
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5 Things Cucumber is Bad At (and Why That's a Good Thing)
Richard is a Certified Scrum Coach and a partner at Agile For All, a consulting firm focused on making software organizations happier and more productive. He trains and coaches software teams and the people who work with them.