Victor Fairén
Continuous Delivery Lead, GTECH, Spain

Victor is a telecommunications engineer that has been working in the software industry for the last 9 years. Victor has been transitioning into several positions in Gtech: quality engineer, production lead, continuous delivery lead and currently he’s in charge of innovation in Barcelona.

He’s been engaged with Agile methodologies for the last 3 years and has supported the rollout of the BDD methodology within the company.


Have you ever heard of BDD but you haven’t put this methodology in practice? Here we’ll explain how it works.

This session will cover the most important concepts of BDD: user stories taking, how to link the acceptance criteria to executable code and have the user stories automated and continuously verified through Jenkins.

BDD is an agile process designed to keep focus on stakeholder’s value throughout the whole project, with the premise that requirements have to be written in a way that everyone understands it. If this is achieved then there’s a unique set of artifacts understood and used by everyone, creating a living documentation.

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