TestCon Europe 2020


October 13-15

Vilnius and Online

Dawid Pacia

Test (Automation) Manager

Brainly, Poland


Who is Dawid?
1/3 QA, 1/3 DevOps, 1/3 Lead. Tech freak following all the newest technologies (and implementing then on his own). Fan of Agile approach to project management and products. Awarded as “”People of Testing” 2018 & 2019.

What does he do?
Leading and supporting the best and the happiest QA team! Actively speaking (and traveling) around the world (combining both passions). Organizer and originator of QA meetups “”UkrainQA”” & “KraQA”.

Where can you find him?
Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, e-mail or beer table : )

What does he like?
#cofeeWithPeople, #newTechnologies, #DiscworldWorld, #sharingKnowlege, #boardGames, #craftBeers, #classicVinyls, #usuallyMyWife


BDD – a Quick Guide on How & Why to not Hate it

BDD (which states for Behaviour Driven Development) is one of the best knows abbreviations for IT people. We assume, that at least 80% of familiar with its concept. The very simple concept to be honest. However, with simplicity comes responsibility…

The old sentence defines the game of chess as “Minutes to learn, a lifetime to master”. In fact, the same sentence can be used to describe Scrum methodology. The whole guide, indeed, has just 18 pages! But there are still much too many people complaining it’s crap.

From speakers and others experience, there are 2 main reasons for that: bad understanding of its real game rules and lack of experience of the person responsible for an introduction. What if the same happens for BDD approach? What if skip that only because of such trivial reasons?

During the workshop, speaker will show you why methodology that emerged from Test Driven Development became so popular. You’ll learn you not just rules and good practices but particularly how to avoid those bad ones. And, to let you feel the real value instead of just the theory, He’ll show you the life example and how business can help you in implementation.

Session Keywords

🔑 Automation
🔑 Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)

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