Negative Scenarios in BDD

Liz Keogh, lunivore

One problem I hear repeatedly from people is that they can’t find a good place to start talking about scenarios.

An easy trick is to find the person who fought to get the budget for the project (the primary stakeholder) and ask them why they wanted the project. Often they’ll tell you some story about a particular group of people that they want to support, or some new context that’s coming along that the software needs to work in. All you need to do to get your first scenario in that situation is ask, “Can you give me an example?”

When the project or capability is about non-functionals such as security or performance, though, this can be a bit trickier. =

I can remember when we were talking to the Guardian editors about performance on the R2 project. “When (other national newspaper) went live with their new front page,” one…

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