A flash out of my feelings after reading the analysis by Ian Cooper on the future of C# and .NET.
The monthly dose for BDD addicts… In February #bdd, #specflow and #cucumber stories from Kent Back, Martin Fowler, David Heinemeier Hansson, Bertil Muth, Steve Tooke, Matt Wynne & me.
According to the principles of Behavior Driven Development (BDD), we discuss examples and write them down as Gherkin scenarios. These scenarios can be turned into automated tests by BDD tools like Cucumber or SpecFlow, so that the implementation can be “driven” by them. So it is like TDD. But if it is like TDD, there […]
We need to access different services and data from multiple step definition classes. Shall we use base classes or context injection for that? — This question has popped up at two of my clients, so I thought it would be worth discussing it also in a blog post.