What is living documentation? When using Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) or Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) as a development practice you write examples and use them to drive the development. These examples are used as acceptance criteria. They are part of the definition of done. They also support the conversation and help the cross functional team … More Living documentation
Time to say bye to the first UKStar event. It has been a fantastic conference. Around 300 attendees from many countries. Here is my top list of sessions. The Future of Tech by James Whittaker, Microsoft Apps are eating the web. But future is elsewhere. Machines are learning our habits faster than we can form them. They will … More UKStar Wrap-up
In the previous blog post, we have seen how handlebars works and the various helpers provided by Hiptest publisher. It is now time to have a look at some examples and tweak the default output. But first, let’s do some configuration so hiptest-publisher knows which templates to use. Configuring hiptest-publisher First, create a folder named … More Customising hiptest-publisher exports (part II): customising the templates
Test automation with Hiptest Before starting to explain the needs behind a custom exports, let’s have a brief recap on the vision we have at Hiptest about test automation. Our vision of test automation is that the tests should follow the pace of development in a continuous deployment process (DevOps). As strong believer in the Behavior Driven Development process that also … More Customising hiptest-publisher exports (part I): understanding Handlebars
In this blog post, we’ll explain step by step how to automate your first test with Hiptest and Espresso. To follow this tutorial, you’ll need a few pre-requisite: an Hiptest account an environment for executing Espresso tests hiptest-publisher installed locally (optional for the last part) The tested application Go to the android-testing Github project and clone the … More Testing a simple Android app using Espresso
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is getting a lot of traction and somewhat becomes a buzzword. The most common bias I see is “I want to automate my tests using BDD”. So let’s make it clear: BDD is not about test automation. It will not ensure the quality of your software. It contributes to it and … More Drive the conversation with BDD and focus on value first
It is almost the end of the year. Time to make a wrap up of our last updates and make good resolutions for the coming year. As a DevOps team we deploy up to 10 times a day in production. So new features and improvements have been massively delivered during the past few weeks 🙂 Deeper Jira … More Wrap up and good resolutions
Using BDD at scale Behavior driven development is a good practice for agile teams and is now widely adopted in many cutting edge software companies. BDD enhances collaboration between end users, business analysts, developers and testers. Among these cutting edge companies, Parkeon has implemented Behavior Driven Development at scale on a very large project for … More Using Behavior Driven Development on a huge ticketing system
Atlassian Summit 2016 is almost here! The biggest Atlassian show of the year is taking place from Oct. 10-13 at the San Jose Convention Center and we can’t wait! More than 4000 of your peers are expected to attend this event and it will be a conference to remember. Some of the sessions we are looking forward … More Final countdown. ATLASSIAN SUMMIT 2016 comes to San Jose Oct. 10-13!
A couple of weeks ago, I’ve had a great discussion with Joe Colantonio about BDD adoption and best practices. Are you struggling with managing you BDD efforts? Wishing you had a central location for your BDD where everyone can contribute to creating a common, domain-specific language as well as help refactor changes across multiple teams … More Are you struggling with managing you BDD efforts?