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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
We present results of a case study looking at how domain knowledge is communicated to developers using executable acceptance test driven development at a large software development company. We collected and analyzed qualitative data on a large software development team's testing practices and their use of a custom-built executable acceptance testing tool. Our findings suggest that executable acceptance tests (1) helps communicate domain knowledge required to write software and (2) can helpdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-01853-4_5 fatcat:z42jnxqb7nddtbedx4ivhew4km