Please log in to watch this conference skillscast. Status quo: big projects coming up, no agreed requirements and tight deadlines. On the other hand, the stakeholders expected the development team to deliver the features that mattered. Both sides agreed that there was a need for improvement regarding the way they delivered software and this is how they got together for the BDD journey.
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This was originally published on the Adventures with Agile blog by Simon Powers. At a well known global investment bank, I was asked to review several product teams and to find out why the teams could not complete stories at the end of each sprint and why there was so many defects coming into the sprint. The defects were coming from UAT and Production and were typically urgent or semi-urgent and needed fixing during the sprint. I trained the teams in how to do Behaviour-Driven Development and we got the investment time we needed for the teams to build the infrastructure to support automated testing and deployment.
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If you're familiar with BDD, you can skip this section. It's included for the sake of readers who may not have psychological background. Body Dysmorphic Disorder BDD is a disorder where the sufferer sees some minor or even imagined characteristic of their body as being horribly disfiguring to them. They may fixate on a tiny, real piece - for instance, they may be convinced that a mole on their cheek is disfiguring to their entire face. Or they may see things that simply aren't there - for instance, they may have a perfectly normal nose but be convinced it is in fact huge and ugly.