Behavior Driven Development in .NET

Behavior Driven Development is an evolution of Test Driven Development, that focuses on Use cases and tests that depend on them. Tests are written in a language that can be understood by a non-developer, which makes it easy for all stakeholders to review and contribute to them.

There are many tools that can help with doing Behavior Driven development in .NET. I recently wrote a post on InfoQ that elaborates all these details – do check it out!

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