Category Archives: Behaviour-Driven Development

BDoc, so far

I have been working with BDoc for almost two years now. The characteristics of the work is that of R&D, small steps, all the time gaining more insight. The first public appearance of BDoc was on The Server Side 2008, … Continue reading

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Efficient testing – My JavaZone presentation

  Testing is more than verifying a set of requirements, in my view it is also a tool for having the code ready for change and new requirements. But it is also possible to end up down the wrong path, … Continue reading

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BDoc on TheServerSide.com

Read about BDoc on TheServerSide.com, and what other people have to say about it. Please join the discussion as well.                                            

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You code, BDoc documents

Meet me at Smidig2008, 9-10 October. This is the introduction to my lightning talk: Documentation will often be outdated the moment it has been written. Documenting is often considered to be a boring task as well. BDoc is a tool that … Continue reading

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BDoc

BDoc is the name my open source project that extracts documentation from unit tests. The ‘B’ stands for behaviour and reveals that BDoc also is a tool for Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD). My goal is to promote Test First and let … Continue reading

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