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

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Chapter 13. Successful ATDD

This concludes our journey into acceptance test-driven development, specification by example, or agile acceptance testing. In order to get started with your own business level examples, try identifying acceptance criteria in one of the formats that we worked through. Don’t spend much time on finding the correct format in your case. Adopting a new approach means that you will have to learn new things, play around with some of the concepts, and see what works for you and what does not. Do not let yourself become paralyzed by the many options you can choose. Get started on one particular business flow and start to grow your acceptance tests from that.

I am assuming that you are currently not working with ATDD here, and ...

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