Behavior Driven Development is a requirements communication strategy which as a side affect, prepares for system test automation similar to Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD). Requirements are expressed by the PO as sets of scenarios, commonly implemented using the keywords of Given, When, Then.
This white paper describes the work I did in helping a Fortune 50 company roll out BDD across a multisite enterprise of 2-3,000 developers.
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