Installing and Configuring Cucumber
Business Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance Test–Driven Development (ATDD)
Involving the Business Analysts in Your Organization
Defining Your Project Requirements
The Testing Ecosystem (IDEs, Programming Languages, Testing Frameworks and Build Libraries)
Setting up a Web Application Testing System
Gherkin: Writing Your Stories in a User-Friendly Language
Writing Step Definitions
Organizing Features and Scenarios with Tagging
Working with Hooks
Working with Databases
An Overview of the Ruby Ecosystem
Web-Based Test Automation with Capybara
Using Cucumber with Selenium
Summary and Next Steps
- A general understanding of programming
- Some familiarity with the command-line
- Testers and Developers
Interactive, effective and topic-oriented the lessons.
Erhan Ermis - Khadija Ukadia, KPMG LLP
I liked that we were able to practice along as the trainer taught
isi okwulehie - Khadija Ukadia, KPMG LLP
It helped with our internal training progress, using Minitest and Capybara together etc.
Khadija Ukadia, KPMG LLP
The style of typing the course material as he went as opposed to death by powerpoint
Thomas Feathers - KPMG LLP
You would be hard-pressed to find a beginner look into Ruby, Cucumber and BDD better than this one.
Luke Clifton - KPMG LLP
Colin did a great job of explaining BDD and how it is used. The full overview helped with my understanding of everyones roles in the process.
It was a good introduction to BDD.
I liked the style of training and how it allowed for us to be on hands on and practise in between chapters.
EMR Settlement Limited
As mentioned the last hour we discussed and practiced the 'Example mapping' method. Also nice that we had a pdf (from a website) that the trainer created with a lot of information.