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It’s been a while since I blogged about writing Acceptance Criteria using Behaviour Driven Development, specifically Gherkin 1, 2 (read my previous blogs: A practical blog on how to write Scenarios using BDD and Requirement Pitfalls with BDD). However, after using BDD to document our Acceptance Criteria with a new client, I thought it was time I revisited the subject to see if I’d learned anything new. 

We’re proud to be sponsoring the Inaugural CukeUp Australia Conference. Elabor8 has a long history of promoting BDD on our client sites so we were very excited when cucumber team announced they were bringing CukeUp to Australia. CukeUp is billed as… A progressive conference for testers, developers and product owners who think differently The CukeUp conference is a really good fit…

We are proud to announce that Elabor8 were selected as a key supplier to NAB in providing Business Analysis experience in the field of Agile methodologies and execution. Being recognised for our qualitative approach in delivering Agile expertise, Elabor8 will engage with key business stakeholders and projects to establish Agile as a proven and value-delivering mechanism within NAB. The hope is…

At Elabor8, we’re passionate about sharing and learning about new ideas, and we’re actively involved in the Agile, Product Development, and Innovation community. Meetup groups are a great way to get involved. You get the opportunity to learn from some experienced speakers and meet interesting new people. So we’ve started Elabor8’s Lunch and Learn Meetup group to bring people together.  We…

We’re proud to announce that we’ve signed up as the Headline Sponsor for the LAST Conference 2015. LAST Conference Melbourne 2015 is a one day, affordable, grassroots mini-conference for Lean, Agile, and Systems Thinking practitioners. The schedule encourages participation and interaction via talks, workshops and activities. Date: 18th September 2015 Location: Swinburne University, Hawthorn Schedule: See here

Two of the major frameworks gaining traction to enable organisations to scale agile practices across the enterprise are the Scaled Agile Framework (for enterprise) (SAFe) and Large Scale Scrum (LeSS). There are many similarities between the frameworks, with their core principles derived from Agile, Scrum and Lean, but they differ in some fundamental areas.  After completing the Large Scale Scrum…

Authored by Nina Gritzke One of my favourite training courses that I attended whilst working as a consultant at Elabor8, was a visual facilitation course where I was introduced to the bikablo® visual facilitation technique and neuland® visual facilitation pens. The course was very practical and I was able to apply my new skills to my work immediately after the…