“All good things must come to an end.”
Acceptance test-driven development (ATDD) has been presented through stories and examples. Here is the final word.
The Preface stated the context of this book and the questions to be answered. Here are the questions again, and if you skipped the entire book, here are the answers.
• Who—The triad—customer, developer, and tester communicating and collaborating
• What—Acceptance criteria for projects and features, acceptance tests for stories
• When—Prior to implementation—either in the iteration before or up to one second before, depending on your environment
• Where—Created in a joint meeting, run as part of the build process
• Why—To effectively ...