Testing: Why Don’t We Do It Like This?

Published November 18th, 2010 Under Software Testing | Comments Off

Testing is a fundamental part of the Agile process. We live and breathe TDD/BDD. Red/Green/Refactor is our daily mantra. We love cucumber and writing executable, customer readable specifications. We even write tests for our JavaScripts. And yet, testing remains hard. The tests we love to write are brittle and tend to break when we refactor. Although we talk about the tests being the specification of our code, too often they specify “how its implemented” rather than “what should be done”. This talk is about how to improve the way we do testing, how to move away from merely specifying how our software is implemented to capturing the true essence of how it should function.

Video Producer: JRuby Conference

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