I have my own little project I am creating using RoR, I plan it to have small-medium load. With no doubt I started with BDD and TDD (Cucumber and RSpec to be exact, but I am also experienced with ...
I've been reading a bit about Literate Programming recently, and it got me thinking... Well-written tests, especially BDD-style specs can do a better job at explaining what code does than prose does, ...
We might be interested in starting to incorporate a unit test suite to our project, which is coded in Python (and it uses Redis, PostgreSQL and some third-party libraries, if that bears into the ...
Having read the quick start at nspec.org, I realized that NSpec might be a useful tool in a scenario which was becoming a bit cumbersome with NUnit alone. I'm adding an OAuth (or, DotNetOpenAuth) to ...
I've been wondering about this. What do we exactly mean by design and verification. Should I just apply TDD to make sure my code is SOLID and not check if it's external behaviour is correct? Should ...
I'm a little bit confused about BDD. I'm doing TDD currently. My question is whether BDD is complementary to TDD or it's a whole new thing and my team should do both TDD and BDD? Or is it enough to ...
When writing tests for a Wordpress plugin, should i run them inside wordpress or in a normal browser?
I have started using BDD for a wordpress plugin i'm working on and i'm rewriting the js codebase to do tests. I've encountered a few problems but i'm going steady now, i was wondering if i had the ...
I am a bit of a vocal proponent of the Behaviour Driven Development methodology (aka BDD). I've been applying BDD for a couple of years now, and have adopted StoryQ as my framework of choice when ...
I'm doing a presentation this week for Uni on the application of TDD and BDD. I'm trying to focus on types of code (such as algorithms, business logic or crud) and which methodology (if at any at all) ...
I have found this lines below about the advantages of BDD (Behavior Driven Development) The domain experts define what they need in the program in a way that the developers can not misinterpret ...
To start I don't think this is a repeat of other questions on unit testing. What I'm looking for help with is articulating its value to a team of programmers, analysts, managers and testers. By ...