""There are many cookbooks but very few "chef books." Cucumber Recipes is inspiring enough to qualify as a chef book. If there's a will and a desire to use Cucumber in the process, Cucumber Recipes will more than likely show you a way...or many ways! From the basic to the esoteric, there's something for everyone in Cucumber Recipes.""--Michael Larsen, Senior quality assurance engineer, SocialText""If you're automating tests of any kind using Cucumber, in any language, against any type of software, you need this cookbook. Its recipes will help you write useful, easily maintained tests for even the most puzzling scenarios. Like all good cookbooks, it teaches good techniques and principles that will help you improve all your tests. Best of all, you can actually code the examples yourself, and learn by doing.""--Lisa Crispin, Co-author, "Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams"""""Cucumber Recipes has testing solutions for a variety of platforms. It is a powerful book that gives us useful tips to use BDD in our chosen environment. To realize the power of BDD, Cucumber Recipes is a must on every software test engineer's table.""--Kavitha Naveen, Senior lead - quality engineering
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Ian Dees was first bitten by the programming bug in 1986 on a Timex Sinclair 1000, and has been having a blast in his software apprenticeship ever since. By day, Ian slings code, tests, and puns at a Portland-area test equipment manufacturer. By night, he converts espresso into programming books, including Scripted GUI Testing With Ruby and Using JRuby.Matt Wynne works as an independent consultant, helping teams like yours learn to enjoy delivering software to the best of their abilities. In his spare time he is a core developer on the Cucumber project, and he blogs at http: //blog.mattwynne.net and tweets as @mattwynneAslak Hellesoy is the founder of the Cucumber project and works as a senior developer with DRW Trading in London, writing very fast and very smart software in several different programming languages. In his previous job he was the Chief Scientist of BEKK Consulting in Norway. Aslak tweets as @aslak_hellesoy.