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Making Your Application Behave

Project: Behave

Behave is a tool for behaviour-driven development inspired by the Cucumber tool for Ruby. It allows developers and stakeholders to agree on how a particular piece of software should behave using an English-like Given-When-Then syntax and for that behaviour for then to be easily tested in whatever manner is appropriate.

This presentation will provide an introduction to behaviour-driven development, behaviour testing in general and the behave tool along with its advantages over alternatives such as lettuce and freshen.

Benno Rice

Benno is a software architect from Melbourne. He has a diverse background and has worked on everything from device drivers to proxy servers to web applications. He's not very good at writing bio paragraphs.