Alexander Tarnowski

Alexander is a developer and architect with a decade of experience in the field and a broad perspective on software development, based on his work as a creator, maintainer, and reviewer of software. He has mostly worked with enterprise applications written in Java. Having worked in all phases of the development process, he believes in craftsmanship, quality, and technical excellence at every stage, which has naturally led him towards testing. He spends a lot of time thinking about what goes on around him and tries to spot patterns, practices, and habits. Recently, he has started sharing his findings through his blog, articles, and presentations.



Automated Acceptance Testing Anti-patterns


Automated Acceptance Testing Anti-patterns

Track: Test, friday 13:00 - 13:50

In this session, we analyze the anatomy of an automated acceptance test, after which look at actual cases of repeated abuse of the written specification, its testability, or the underlying implementation – hence anti-patterns.