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Just using these tools on their own can lead to unnecessary complexity that can be hard to understand or avoid. So let’s set aside discussions of the language syntax or capabilities and focus on what is important - delivering value to the customer.
This presentation will show how BDD practices can be applied to the different contexts of developing features through a multi-layer stack whilst smoothing the communication, providing detailed direction and showing the value for business owners and developers alike. The result is a feature that meets the business owner’s expectations with happy side effects such as the code being clean, well designed, understandable, fully tested and documented.
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Full-stack BDD and its side effects
Alistair Stead is the former CTO at Inviqa. Alistair has been crafting software in multiple stacks for nearly two decades and has been a technical advisor to organisations such as Virgin and the United Nations' World Food Programme to deliver software that matters.