The three-day SpecFlow course shows how to write and maintain executable specification using the Gherkin feature file format, how to drive the implementation of the application and how to design and implement a test automation layer that is easy to maintain even for larger number of tests. The attendees shall rely on a lot of exercises and discussions, through which they can learn about all important features of SpecFlow.
Budapest is a beautiful city to learn and relax. With good connections to all major European cities, affordable travel and accommodation costs it can be an ideal location to take this intensive, practical 3-day course. (Budapest is in the Schengen area, so non-EU citizens with Schengen visa can also come easily.) The training will take place in Loffice coworking place in the heart of the city.
The course is for developers and testers, who are involved in automating Gherkin scenarios. Product owners or business analysts who are in any relationship with coding are also welcome.
It is also possible to book only the first day of the course, that focuses on the BDD fundamentals and scenario writing. Attending the first day that does not require coding skills.
Learn how to:
- work with Behavior Driven Development using SpecFlow
- write and maintain executable specification using the Gherkin feature file format
- drive the implementation of the application by Gherkin scenarios
- design and implement a test automation layer that is easy to maintain even for larger number of tests
- automate application through the domain layer
- automate web applications or applications with external dependencies
- become a strong member of a BDD team
- use all important features of SpecFlow
- integrate these into the existing development process
- Full 3-day course: €1190 + VAT
- First day only: €550 + VAT
Early bird prices until 31st August:
- Full 3-day course: €990 + VAT
- First day only: €450 + VAT
The tickets can be purchased at eventbrite by clicking the "Join now!" button below. For special sales requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gáspár Nagy is the creator and main contributor of SpecFlow, regular conference speaker, blogger (http://gasparnagy.com), editor of the “BDD Addict” monthly newsletter (http://bddaddict.com), and co-author of the “BDD Books: Discovery” book (http://bddbooks.com).
Gáspár is an independent coach, trainer and test automation expert focusing on helping teams implementing BDD and SpecFlow. He has more than 15 years of experience in enterprise software development as he worked as an architect and agile developer coach.