Agile communities consider stories “done” when the acceptance tests (also called story tests) are shown to the customer. Originally, this was a manual process, but in recent years, several frameworks have been created to automate this process, providing acceptance testing all the benefits of automated unit testing. One of the most popular of these if called FIT, created by Ward Cunningham.
David has created software for digital audio, digital biometrics, medical, financial, retail, and education. He leads DevJam, a Minneapolis based company composed of Agile collaborators, and has coached Agile teams internationally for the past 7 years. David contributes to the international Agile community and he is currently writing a book for the Pragmatic Programmer series.
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we had a small problem but it's fixed now. the slides are now visible.
Thanks for understanding
As John also mentioned, not all slides appear to be there.
There are a few missing at the start, and some missing during as well. You can see at times on the video presentation that the slide is different to the one being displayed. And if you listen to the audio you can really see where this is being missed because the presenter makes reference to these slides quite often.
If you could take another look, that would be great.