This book defines acceptance tests not as the traditional user acceptance tests performed after implementation, but as the tests created by the customer in collaboration with the developer and the tester prior to implementation. Ken Pugh proposes mainly an approach where all project stakeholders will collaborate to create tests that validate business requirements. I will recommend this book to all project members that want to improve their communication with end users and achieve a better understanding of requirements.
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Reference: ” Managing Software Debt – Building for Inevitable Change “, of Chris Sterling, Addison-Wesley, 228 pages, ISBN 978-0-321-55413-0