Behavior-Driven Pragmatism.

Behavior-Driven Development has become a popular methodology for putting quality first in software development. However, it is a polarizing process: people love it or hate it. Process changes can be tough for a team too. Are there beneficial aspects of BDD that can easily be incorporated into existing processes? Will they help my team instead of waste our time? Absolutely yes!

Users ultimately care about software behaviors, and so should we.

Live Livestream

November 4, 2020
6:00pm Eastern Time

In this talk, we will cover three quality-centric, behavior-driven practices that can help any team develop better software:

1. Problems with miscommunication? Three Amigos Collaboration

2. Problems with poor planning? Example Mapping

3. Problems with missed deadlines? Snowball Test Automation

These practices are meant to be a pragmatic approach to BDD, with an emphasis on philosophy before process. They can help any team, even those not doing /pure/ BDD.

Presented by Andy Knight

Andy Knight is the “Automation Panda” - an engineer, consultant, and international speaker who loves all things about software. His main passion is building solutions for software testing problems. He has designed and built robust test automation solutions for operating systems, service APIs, and Web apps with thousands of tests running continuously. He also mentors others in good development, testing, and BDD practices. Andy currently works full-time as the Lead Software Engineer in Test at PrecisionLender, a Q2 company. Read his tech blog at, and follow him on Twitter at @AutomationPanda.

Hosted by Nikolay Advolodkin

CEO and Test Automation Instructor at UltimateQA ( Furthermore, he is a frequent Contributor at and He was also a Speaker at multiple different conferences.

Nikolay Advolodkin is a seasoned IT Professional, Test Automation Expert, and Quality Assurance Innovator whose dedication to innovation and progress has earned him the reputation as a strategist in the information technology space.

Most recently, he was a contributing author to Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals. He was named one of 33 Test Automation Leaders to follow in 2017 by And according to, he is one of the top Selenium WebDriver Instructor across the globe, educating 50,000+ students on the ins and outs of test automation from 120+ different countries.

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