ATDD with MS-Test or NUnit

May 29, 2012

Normally ATDD and BDD are associated with special tools that allow non-developers like business people and testers write or at least read tests, without having to write code. Examples of such tools are FitNesse, M-Spec, SpecFlow, Cucumber and more. However, even though these tools allow to specify tests scripts without code, often for business analysts these tools are too technical, or they just don’t have the mindset to specify tests in a well-structured “Given-When-Then” format. About two years ago, the core group in Retalix tried to adopt ATDD using FitNesse, where the BA’s (Business Analysts)...