BOOK: Real World .NET, C#, and Silverlight: Indispensible Experiences from 15 MVPs
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Real World .NET, C#, and Silverlight: Indispensible Experiences from 15 MVPs by Bill Evjen, Dominick Baier, György Balássy, Gill Gleeren, David Giard, Alex Golesh, Kevin Grossnicklaus, Caleb Jenkins, Jeffrey Juday, Vishwas Lele, Jeremy Likness, Scott Millett, Christian Nagel, Daron Yondem, Christian Weyer; ISBN: 978-1-1180-2196-5
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The chapter is very well written, it covers a lot of ground but at the same time it takes a while to sink in, I have to keep coming back to it when I get spare time so it will be a while before I can properly review it.
I understand and totally get the beauty of BDD, and as you say in the introduction you really need to know the domain you are working in to be able to code in this manner. I still find it easier to write the code and test at the same time than test before.
I have just started a new job where I will soon be using SpecFlow and Selenium so this was an excellent introduction for me, many thanks and keep up the excellent writing.