Behavior Driven Development (short: BDD) is a special method for software development. With this method requirements of the software are outlined in a way, that testing becomes very easy. The reason for that is a document where tasks, objectives and results, that should be covered by the software, are recorded in advance. To faciliate the transformation of the software requirements into programming language, the requirements are worded in If-Then-statements. Further the affected statements are already written in the most popular language of the concerning Domain Driven Design.

Why this is interesting for a Chief Digital Officer (CDO)?
Many topics of software development used to be purely technical. In the context of digitization, concepts and methods are now arriving in business. In the meantime, these have become the drivers of the business.

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