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Java and Testing: Behavior Driven Development and Cucumber-JVM

Java and Testing: Behavior Driven Development and Test Automation with Cucumber-JVM

 

Cucumber JVM, a rewrite of Cuke4Duke is the tool many Java developers use for writing and running Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) style acceptance tests. The basics of writing and running automated tests with Cucumber-JVM will be introduced and demonstrated. Java developers will see how it can applied to create powerful automated BDD style acceptances in Java.

Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)  is a evolution of Test-Driven Development (TDD) takes the concept to acceptances. Teams serious about rapidly developing quality software are turning to BDD for identifying misunderstanding within requirements before works starts, as well as for test automation to avoid manual testing and regression testing.

 

Alan Parkinson


Alan is an experienced Test Automation engineer and consultant, as well as co-founder ofHindsight Software and brainchild behind Behave for Jira. He has been working insoftware development for 13 years and has focused on automated testing for the last 5years. This software development experience is across many sectors including embeddedreal-time systems, safety critical systems, e-commerce and financial trading applications.
When not helping companies adopt BDD and automated testing through training andcoaching he contributes to testing related open source projects including Cucumber-JVM.Alan is also a regular conference speaker on Test Automation and has recently presentedat CukeUp 2013, Selenium Conf 2012, Oredev 2012, JDays 2012, the London Java CommunityUnconference and will be in Boston presenting at Selenium Conf 2013 during June.

 

 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    This meetup was absolutely fantastic. The slides were good (could have used a little more polish but were good overall), the presenter clearly knew his material, and he gave us a really great overview of how the product works and how it will work in our development cycles. Truly excellent presentation! I will fully recommend this group to others.

    June 17, 2013

  • Matt V.

    Are the slides going to be made available anywhere?

    2 · June 14, 2013

  • Vinicius I.

    This presentation was very good. I got all the information that I expected to see, the presenter was very well prepared and also seemed to be very knowledgeable and confortable with the subject!

    June 14, 2013

  • Vignesh N.

    does this meet up compares cucumber with other automation tools like fitnesse and Jbehave

    June 12, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Comparisons won't be made but we can discuss them afterwards

      June 12, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    How do you deal with mocking of things like connection pools?

    May 23, 2013

  • Amarjit Singh D.

    Looking forward to it

    May 17, 2013

  • Komiya A.

    Attending

    May 8, 2013

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