Category Archives: Acceptance Testing

Answers to GOTO Cph 2017 Questions

I gave a presentation on my recommended approach to Acceptance Testing today, here at GOTO Copenhagen. You can see an earlier version of this talk, from another conference here. GOTO will be publishing their version soon šŸ˜‰ I ran out … Continue reading

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Test Maintainability

At LMAX, where I worked for a while, they have extensive, world-class, automated acceptance testing. LMAX tests every aspect of their system and this is baked in to their development process. No story is deemed complete unless all acceptance criteria … Continue reading

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How many test failures are acceptable?

Continuous Delivery is getting a lot of mileage at the moment. It seems to be an idea whose time has come. There was a survey last year that claimed that 66% of companies had a “Strategy for Continuous Delivery”. Not … Continue reading

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Strategies for effective Acceptance Testing – Part II

The secondĀ part of my blog post on effective Acceptance Testing is now available on the XebiaLabs websiteā€¦ In my last blog post I described the characteristics of good Acceptance tests and how I tend to use a Domain Specific Language … Continue reading

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Strategies for effective Acceptance Testing

My second guest blog post for XebiaLabs is the first of two parts. It is on the topic of ā€œStrategies for Effective Acceptance Testingā€ ā€œAutomated testing is at the heart of any good Continuous Delivery process and I see automated … Continue reading

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