Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) was developed by Dan North as a response to the issues encountered teaching test-driven development. It evolved out of established agile practices and was designed to make them more accessible and effective for teams new to agile software delivery. More importantly it provides a methodology for delivering software that meets client expectations and business needs. When combined with a Zero Known Defect (ZKN) approach it can deliver rock-solid software into production environments with no known issues.
At our Intelligent Testing Conference in Bristol on 18th June, Colin Deady, a Technical Test Manager at Capita and strong Shift Left advocate, will share practical ways that BDD with ZKD has been used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of both testing and development, enabling his teams to meet on client commitments with certainty.
Can it work for your organisation? If you want to find out more and hear from six other speakers about improving the efficiency and effectiveness of software testing then come along to the Intelligent Testing conference. It’s free to attend but places are limited so register now (link).
You can find out more about Colin’s talk and the conference here.