Behaviour-Driven Development : You can deliver Zero Known Defect releases

BDD gives us a methodology for delivering software that meets client expectations and business needs. Combined with a Zero Known Defect approach to fixing both BDD and non-BDD defects we can deliver rock-solid software into production environments with no known issues.

Colin Deady of Capita will discuss BDD at the 4th Intelligent Testing Conference on June 18th. He will share practical ways that Capita has used BDD with Zero Known Defects to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of both testing and development at Capita. He will focus on 3 main points

  • BDD brings equal understanding of requirements to the BA, Tester and Developer via structured conversations.
  • Zero Known Defects encourages a mind-set and straightforward method that teams can use to empower themselves to fix every known defect.
  • BDD + ZKD delivers software that meets client expectations and is rock-solid when deployed.

Colin works as a Technical Test Manager with over 15 years dedicated test experience, focussing on automation in the fields of real-time data processing, mobile workforce management and network auditing. A strong Shift Left advocate, he uses BDD to enable his teams to deliver with certainty on client commitments.

If you want to find out more about BDD + ZKD, then join us on the 18th June. As well as Colin’s presentation there are five other great talks on a variety of testing topics.

Attending the 4th Intelligent Testing conference on June 18this free but places are limited so we recommend early registration.

You can attend physically at UWE in Bristol or remotely and you can find out more about the conference and how to register here.

2015-06-08T06:22:11+00:008th June, 2015|Active Event, Blog, Events|