Automation using Behavior Driven Development (BDD) Framework
Supriya Pawar (~supriya2) |
behavior-driven development (BDD) is a software development process about how software development should be managed by both business interests and technical insight. BDD is largely facilitated through using natural language constructs (e.g., English-like sentences) that can express the behavior and the expected outcomes. Our talk mostly focuses upon: 1. Why BDD? 2. How it helps in Automation 3. Other similar frameworks 4. Benefits of BDD over other automation frameworks 5. Short Demo
Expected Outcome: 1. Get familiar with a useful and emerging framework 2. Get started with Automation if you haven't already, in a easy way
Understanding of Python, some hands on experience in Automation, knowledge about Selenium.
Rohit Vyas is a Senior Quality Engineer in the Certification Team at Red Hat, since last 6 months. He has completed his Engineering from VIT in Computers. He has been working in IT since last 5+ years, mostly in Quality Assurance and Automation.
Supriya Pawar is an Associate Quality Engineer in the Certification Team at Red Hat, since last 6 months. She has completed her Engineering in IT from PVG's COET. She has been working in IT since last 3+ years, mostly in Quality Assurance and Automation.
Suprith Gangawar is an Associate Quality Engineer in the Certification Team at Red Hat, since last 1 and a half year. He has completed his MSc.CA (System Administration) from Symbiosis College, SIU. He has been working in IT since last 3+ years, mostly in Quality Assurance.
All of them are currently using Behavior Driven Development framework as a part of their project and find it interesting and helpful for their Automation.
Rohit Vyas - https://in.linkedin.com/in/rohit-vyas-22257419 Supriya Pawar - https://in.linkedin.com/in/supriya-pawar-71521665 Suprith Gangawar - https://in.linkedin.com/in/suprith-gangawar-1a2b4546