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Acceptance-Test-Driven-Development

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Contents
1 Overview
2 Importance
3 PMI-ACP Exam Outline Reference
4 Body
5 History
6 Current practice
7 See also
8 Sources & Reference
9 External Links

Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) is a practice in which the whole team collaboratively discusses acceptance criteria, with examples, and then distills them into a set of concrete acceptance tests before development begins.

Overview


Importance


PMI-ACP Exam Outline Reference

Community Guide of the PMI-ACP >Problem Detection and resolution

Body


History


Current practice

Example of executable acceptance tests:

@@Feature: Valet Parking In order to conveniently park my car As a traveler I want to valet my car

Scenario: Calculate valet parking cost for half an hour When I park my car in the Valet Parking Lot for 30 minutes Then I will have to pay $12 Scenario: Calculate valet parking cost for 3 hours When I park my car in the Valet Parking Lot for 3 hours Then I will have to pay [email protected]@

See also


Sources & Reference


External Links


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