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This report describes experiences of introducing executable acceptance testing in senior software engineering courses. Students in an agile environment completed a five-iteration project with significant portion of requirements specified as executable acceptance tests. Furthermore, students were required to write their test suites for an additional component. Ability to learn and utilize the FIT acceptance testing framework is evaluated to find out if FIT tests can be used to replacedoi:10.1109/adc.2005.43 dblp:conf/agiledc/ReadMM05 fatcat:duvx4gtadnagbdbf3tsupoy2wy