Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) has provided teams that have adopted it with a number of benefits. Greater technical excellence, test automation, a shared language. But, has BDD delivered on it’s promise of increased collaboration?
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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.