Get into the flow with SpecFlow:
.NET Automation Tech Lead, Ciklum
Why is this topic hot?
Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a fast-growing methodology in the world of software development and is being adopted in many commercial projects. It bridges the communication gap between business stakeholders and technical teams, allowing them to express technical requirements in a business-readable way. SpecFlow is the leading tool in the .NET ecosystem for practising BDD.
We will talk about the following:
BDD (Behavior-Driven Development) and Gherkin language: when they should be used in automation
Dispelling the common myth that BDD tests are harder to maintain and don’t bring much value
Deep dive into Specflow best practices and patterns
How to properly write features and reuse steps
Ways to integrate specflow tests into your test plans/test reports
Managing dependencies between steps
Advanced Specflow concepts, such as hooks, step argument transformations, driver patterns, etc.
These topics will be supported with a lot of practical examples.
.NET Automation Tech Lead at Ciklum
Vlad has 7 years of professional experience as a .NET developer and a QA Automation engineer. He has created and maintained automation frameworks in multiple programming languages, mainly in C# and sometimes Python. Now he is a Tech Lead in the .NET automation unit.
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For whom is this event?
Test automation engineers of any level interested in BDD and primarily work in a .NET environment. However, a lot of discussed concepts will also apply to other BDD frameworks.
QA engineers or managers interested in integrating BDD into their projects and don’t mind diving deeper into technical topics.