Gáspár Nagy on software

coach, trainer and bdd addict, creator of SpecFlow

SpecRun – because integration tests are not unit tests

by Gáspár on September 2, 2011

We have started the SpecFlow project in 2009 to provide a tool for .NET developers to perform BDD-style functional testing. SpecFlow uses unit testing frameworks, like NUnit, MsTest or MbUnit to execute the Gherkin scenarios. While this was a pragmatic choice, it has turned out that for executing functional integration tests, these unit test frameworks […]

Git & Dropbox for preparing live demos

by Gáspár on June 14, 2011

I have arrived from Oslo where we did two sessions with Jonas Bandi on NDC 2011 about SpecFlow. As Jonas lives in Switzerland and I live in Hungary, we have used Dropbox to synchronize the content we are working on. This was fine for slides and other notes, but for the code demo we did […]

SpecLog Comes!

by Gáspár on February 2, 2011

In November 2009 we have started with the SpecFlow project to support .NET community with a BDD tool that is nicely integrating to the development environment. Through SpecFlow and the projects we delivered, we have learned a lot about agile requirement analysis and BDD. And now, after 14 months we also have something new to […]

SpecFlow: Pragmatic BDD for .NET

by Gáspár on October 19, 2009

Last year I worked a lot on finding better techniques for automated functional testing. I was investigating topics like how to solve problems of automated web UI testing (especially ASP.NET), how to structure automated functional tests or how to ensure the preconditions of functional tests. We even created small tools to support this, but altogether […]