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Functional testing and Acceptance testing leading to redundant code

What I know is: A Functional test aims to test a single component (like a WebApp's Controller) from the point of view of the developer. => Did I achieve all the requirements to make it work well? ...
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BDD to replace the test teams work - how best to do it?

The system we are developing, using .NET, is extremely large, complex, and some modules are poorly written. We have a large user acceptance test team that is aiming for 100% business scenario ...
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Using automated bdd-gui-tests to keep user-documentation-screenshots up do date?

Are there developpers out there, who (ab)use the CaptureScreenshot() function of their automated gui-tests to also create uptodate-screenshots for the userdocumentation? Background: Whithin the ...
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Is it practical to retroactively write specifications documenting a system via automated acceptance tests?

If a project was coded without much (or any) formal documentation and is without unit tests, does it make any sense to use tools like Fitnesse and SpecFlow to write automated acceptance tests as the ...
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What is the role of QA in a BDD-driven project?

If running a project using BDD with 100% coverage of user stories with automated acceptance tests, what would be the role of a tester / quality assurance person? I guess I am imagining that ...