Lunch lecture PolderValley

End-users of a software system expect its behavior to be always correct but also easy to change. Correct behavior means that the system should have a high degree of stability. Flexible behavior means that the system should also have a high degree of instability. Software development teams have to apply some building practices, in order to meet these seemingly conflicting end-user needs. Among others, the software development team at PolderValley applies Behaviour Driven Development (BDD). The goal of this presentation is to illustrate this by means of a simple example.

Who, what, where, when...

Who
Committee for Lectures and Excursions
What
Lunch lecture PolderValley
Where
RA1501
When
Tuesday 4 February 2020 from 12:45 until 13:30 iCal-link
Costs
free