Behaviour Driven Development and Behat: Telling Stories Through Code


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Gareth Ellis at 09:40 on 2 Oct 2016

The content was good and the talk well structured. I would have liked the speaker to have spoken a bit more slowly and clearly as there were quite a few bits that sounded rushed or hard to hear.

Chris Noden at 09:52 on 2 Oct 2016

Lots of information to digest for a BDD newbie so some of it felt rushed, but overall the talk encouraged me to take my first steps into BDD and Behat.

Luke Barratt at 09:53 on 2 Oct 2016

Really enjoyed this talk. Didn't realise quite how powerful behat is!

Aaron Wardle at 09:56 on 2 Oct 2016

Really enjoyed the talk and I'm certainly keen to try this out having conversations is definitely important and being able to capture and automation this info is excellent.

Was really impressed with how Matt delivered the talk and the count of non words was very low and hardly noticeable

A good talk, made me rethink how we use behat. Would be interested in hearing more, specifically around performance on CI so the builds don't take forever.

Martin Bean at 11:44 on 2 Oct 2016

Really enjoyed this talk. Lots of helpful tips and practical examples.

Excellent talk, well paced, and a good amount of content. I'd fallen a bit out of love with Behat recently, and I think this talk has shown how to use it properly, good tips to writing scenarios and making them reusable across multiple contexts (for http and non http driven tests using the same features).

I've been waiting the best part of a year(!!!) to see this talk, and it didn't disappoint. It was a well paced talk, pitched at the right level for a Sunday morning slot, I learned a lot ...

Asem Alhaji at 20:43 on 2 Oct 2016

Informative talk.highlighted few tools I didn't come across before but now keen to try them. Thanks.

Ciaran McNulty at 21:00 on 2 Oct 2016

Good content that showed a lot of what Behat can do. Maybe speak slightly slower, and could do with more visual content in the slides for some of the periods

Very good talk, lots of information. Personally I would have preferred if the slides used a smaller font and presented more information per slide bullet point style, rather than each bullet point having it's own slide. OK for subject headers etc, but (for me) made it difficult to follow some parts of the talk. This is my only criticism of the talk, the content and presentation of the subject mater was otherwise excellent. Thanks

Craig Patrick at 07:59 on 3 Oct 2016

Good talk, hard to cover such a diverse topic in a short space of time so Matt gave it a fair crack. Thanks!

Chris Seaton at 06:26 on 4 Oct 2016

I found the talk well-paced and devliered. It also clarified a few areas of uncertainty I had surrounding Behat.