I think he meant to say BDD – Behavior Driven Development. It is a technique for people who are moving into Test Driven Development to show that you are not writing tests but rather documenting and assuring behavior, or use case assumptions in your tests. That is why they are called Behaviors and no tests. There is also a set of rules one has to follow when practicing BDD:
To me this could be very interesting to many Csla developers, as I believe that Csla framework itself encourages Behavior driven design, of an OO system.
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 8:03 AM
To: Nermin Dibek
Subject: Re: [CSLA .NET] Practical TDD/DBB in CSLA
What is DBB?
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