Behavior Based Testing
The Frustrations of QA
Dealing with the frustrations of QA?
- Not enough test coverage
- Too much or unknown risk
- Test strategy and coverage by gut feel or experience
- Incomplete test strategy
- Inability to effectively communicate your test plan to the business
- How much should I automate?
- How do I maintain it once I have automation in place?
What is BBT?
What is BBT and what does it do?
- BBT is a combination Behavior Driven Development concepts and Cause and Effect Graphing.
- BBT generates a statistical model for your test coverage. Click here for our blog on quantifiable test coverage.
- BBT removes the guess work from your strategy and planning.
- BBT gives you a complete understanding of your test coverage.
- BBT is an open framework that while increasing your coverage also reduces your automation coding.
- BBT minimizes impact on the QA department when requirements change.
- BBT allows you more time for executing scripts instead of maintaining them.