There is currently a movement towards including Behavioral Driven Development (BDD) in the Agile Process.
At times in our happy little code factory, I feel like my job title should be "the dreaded Quality Assurance Tester". In all projects whether agile or waterfall, there comes a time in the development life cycle when the work has to pass through regression testing and rich QA. It's at that time that I typically feel most like the developers think I'm a troll or hobgoblin. My note to Developers: I promise your QA staff isn't out to get you, we just want to make sure your work is as close to perfect as it can be before we turn it over to the public.
In this article we talk over some of the high points on how to go about integrating Behavioral Driven Development within the Agile Development Workflow.
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