BDD – Delivering business value through communication and collaboration June 2014

BY : softtestireland - Monday, May 12th, 2014 at 9:47 pm

Thursday 12th June 2 -5 pm, Irish Computer Society, 87-89 Pembroke Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Kindly Sponsored by Borland, ISA Software Skillnet & EXACTEST

This event has been organized with the support of the Irish Computer Society and Eurostar Dublin 2014. Many thanks to Augusto and Mary for donating their time and effort free of charge to allow us run this event.

To reserve a place follow the link:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/bdd-delivering-business-value-through-communication-and-collaboration-dublin-tickets-11625621547

BDD – Delivering business value through communication and collaboration.

Having worked with agile teams for years and having used a flavour or another of BDD almost since it was first introduced in 2006, like many others, I totally misunderstood it, used it badly and made a mess of it for a good while.

Mistake after mistake, I learned a lot of things and today I believe I have developed a decent approach that I continuously try to improve. Through these years of many failures and some success one thing clearly emerged and it is I believe the true value of BDD.

BDD is about communication, collaboration and delivering business value.

It’s based on this principle that we built our workshop.

Improved communication and close collaboration helps defects prevention, systems built with BDD are built right the first time.

One of the nice side effects of BDD is the creation of an automated regression suite that covers all areas of the deliverable allowing testers not to waste time on manual regression testing and focus on a more in depth exploration of the systems

If you want to know how your team can deliver business value by producing clear and maintainable code, come to our workshop!

This workshop is for testers, developers, business analysts, managers and product owners

About the Presenters:

Augusto Evangelisti is a software development professional, blogger, foosball player with great interest in people, software quality, agile and lean practices. He enjoys golfing, eating, learning and helping agile teams exceed customer expectations while having fun. Over 20 years in the industry and still loving it.

Mary Walshe helps teams deliver successful solutions to business problems and plays a major role in striving for a kaizen culture in these teams. Mary was the driving force behind the introduction of Acceptance Test Driven Development in her department.

She has been working in the industry for 4 years and currently she works on a team in Paddy Power as an agile tester. Her team is using Kanban to help them measure their experiments and in order to continually improve. In her spare time Mary runs adventure races, mountain bikes and just recently found a new love for skiing.

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