The article makes for an interesting enough read although i would rather hear from a former down and out turned journalist. Trying out poor for a day is not even remotely similar to being poor.
After listening to .Net Rocks with Scott Millett this week I felt a renewed enthusiasm for trying out some BDD. I downloaded Specflow and got straight on with the screen cast they have on their website. The video acts as a good introduction into how to get up and running in Specflow. Interestingly it also gave me a better insight into how bowling works. I have never really thought about it. I normally just wang the balls down the lane until the game is over! Specflow introduces the idea of writing the specification first. It uses a specific language called Gherkin which comes from Ruby land. You will need NUnit installed as well. An example of it is: [edit: NUnit is what I have used up to now but Specflow is compatible with other testing frameworks aswell. See the comments section below.] Feature : Passwords In order to have a strong password As a new user or existing user changing my password I need to check if my password is alphanumeric and is greater than 6 characters Scenario