Wednesday 01st July 2015,
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    BBT Tool Practice: Graphing Outcomes, Contexts, and Events

    Now that you’ve been introduced to the BBT tool, lets dive a bit deeper into actually using it for graphing our first graph, something simple. 

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    Introducing BBT Parameterization

    Parameterization isn’t a new concept only in BBT, in fact BDD has the same capability.  Where BDD uses quotes in their steps to specify specific

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    BDD Common Mistakes

    Over the years Behavior Driven Development (BDD) has been increasing in popularity over many companies.  Of course just because something is popular doesn’t mean it’s

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    BDD Patterns

    Behavior Driven Development can be used for both frontend and backend, but in both cases, without a strong foundation things can get out of hand

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    Importing BDD feature files into the BBT Tool

    BBT stands for behavior based testing, which is built upon BDD which stands for behavior driven development.  A lot of the rules and best practices

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Posted On May 8, 2015 | No Comments

In our last blog, How To – Automate BBT graph, we begin to understand the simplicity of automating a BBT cause and effect graph by creating scripts of an example behavior for each objects an [...]

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Posted On March 26, 2014 | No Comments

If you are interested in learning how to test web sites, you will need to know the different types of tests.   Let’s take a closer look at the most common testing areas. #1 – [...]

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Posted On March 26, 2014 | No Comments

Software applications consist of thousands of line code.  In those lines of code, there are always bugs lurking around. Before selling an application or delivering it to a customer, the bugs must be hunted down [...]