Lean-Agile Acceptance Testing Helps You Create Software from the Customer Perspective

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In "Lean-Agile Acceptance Testing Development: Better Software Through Collaboration," agile consultant Ken Pugh shows how to improve software quality and developer productivity using the Agile Acceptance Testing Development (AATD) framework. This framework fosters a collaborative environment among customers, developers and testers through which customer-focused software can be delivered.


Pugh's book provides a complete roadmap to every angle of AATD for every participant in an agile project. He also includes five detailed case studies that offer proven solutions to realistic problems.


Check out our excerpt from Chapter 4 of the book. This excerpt presents a simple example of an acceptance test and four ways to execute it.


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