After “Bridging the Communication Gap: Specification by Example and Agile Acceptance Testing” published in 2009, Gojko Adzic continues to develop the Specification by Example concept. Specification by Example is a set of process patterns that facilitate change in software products to ensure the right product is delivered effectively. In this book, he presents the results of a research that covered 30 teams implementing 50 projects. After discussing the key process patterns, the book proposes six case studies that explain how organizations changed their specification process according to their context and culture. I recommend this practice-oriented book to every software development projects stakeholder, either on the developer or the customer side.
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Reference: “Specification by Example – How successful teams deliver the right software”, Gojko Adzic, Manning, 249 pages, IBSN 978-1617290084