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Hi Lasse.
Gongrats on the new book.
Does your book cover "Behavior-driven testing"?
Thanks.
 
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What is behavior driven testing ?
 
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Check JBehave
 
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I presume you meant Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)?

To put it short, to me BDD is "TDD done right." It's based on the idea that you should be specifying desired behavior of objects rather than focusing on, for example, implementation details such as objects' internal state. Also, BDD puts a lot of focus in the kinds of terminology you use, trying to bring the specifications (tests) closer to the business domain in their vocabulary.

These are all things I consider being part of TDD when it's applied well.
 
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Also, I'm personally more in favor of JDave than JBehave as my chosen "BDD framework." I don't use it much yet, however, as I find myself quite satisfied with JUnit 4.
 
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I presume you meant Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)?


Well, yes.
Sorry for this.
 
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