Abhishek, ... Matt's been promising to write up Example Mapping, but hasn't done so yet. You can find a tiny bit about it ingdinwiddie
(Off-topic) The ATDD development cycle in that PDF is attributed to James Shore. I think it's a misattribution. It's basically the same as a cycle I drew fordpeterson72
"Thanks for your suggestions. I think I can try to implement the "testing ides" techniques. So, any clue how the sprint flow should look like? I meant, onheusserm
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