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ATDD by Example: A Practical Guide to Acceptance Test-Driven Development by Markus Gärtner

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Chapter 4. Wish and Collaborate

After this short iteration we will take a step back and reflect briefly. The functionality of the airport parking lot calculator was developed. Before the iteration started, the team discussed the requirements for the application that they should build. The format they used was a specification workshop [Adz09, Adz11]. The team identified different parking lots, and in that conversation they noted examples for different parking durations and the costs respectively.

After the examples were clear to the team, they started to work on the functionality. This particular team seems to work in parallel on coding and testing tasks. The tester wrote down the first example for the automation. After that he worked his way ...

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