Audience: testers, analysts, programmers. A combination of Fitnesse Fundamentals and Fitnesse Plus, this course will take you from novice to a sophisticated level of Fitnesse test development capability.
- Class size: 12 to 24
- Prerequisites: none
Pricing / Details
This class interweaves Fitnesse Fundamentals and Fitnesse Plus into a single, cohesive class. You'll move from Fitnesse basics to advanced Fitnesse concepts, working through hands-on examples in each. You'll also learn key tips and best practices all along the way. On completion, you'll have the knowledge it takes to build and sustain quality Fitnesse tests on your own, and know how to avoid the common pitfalls that Fitnesse can present.
Fitnesse is a sophisticated but sometimes cranky tool. Don't worry if you don't have a programmer background or don't feel technically savvy--we'll help you each step of the way!
Test-driven development / specification by example
Acceptance tests and stories
Roles / responsibilities / team considerations
FIT vs. SLIM
Column / decision tables
Row / query tables
Reading and naming test pages
Row matching and row order
Additional fixture types
DoFixture / script table
Test execution strategies
Acceptance test design principles
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