Content tagged as 'Bdd'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as (Behaviour Driven Development) bdd.

Purpleteam at Alpha

Where has Kim been for the last couple of years? This post explains why he's been so quiet and what he has been working on.

Talk - Building purpleteam (a Security Regression Testing SaaS) - From PoC to Alpha

Developers / Engineers know that a build pipeline is an essential part of creating robust and reliable software, but what to put in it? This talk covers the creation of purpleteam from PoC to Alpha release, and why it’s an ideal fit for the security regression testing slot of your build pipeline.

purpleteam

Automated security regression testing of your web applications and APIs, no setup required. 1. Write [test conditions](https://f0.holisticinfosecforwebdevelopers.com/chap06.html#process-and-practises-agile-development-and-practices-evil-test-conditions) - convert to [Cucumber](https://cucumber.io/) 2. Provide minimal configuration 3. Consume node CLI package 4. Run single command `purpleteam test` Perfect for your CI/nightly build

Automating Specification by Example for .NET Web Applications

Redirects to legacy blog post. It’s my intention that the following details will help you create a system that automates “Specification by Example”.

Software Engineer Interview Process and Questions

Redirects to legacy blog post. A short time ago, I was tasked with finding the right software engineer/s for the organisation I was working for. I settled on a process, a set of background questions, a set of practical programming exercises and a set of verbal questions. Later on I cut the set of verbal questions down to a quicker set. In this post, I’ll be going over the process and the full set of verbal questions. In a subsequent post I’ll go over the quicker set.

Moving to TDD

Redirects to legacy blog post. The first thing to clear up is that TDD is not primarily about testing, but rather it forces the developer to write code that is testable (the fact the code has tests written for it and running regularly is a side effect, albeit a very positive one).