Introduction to DAFT, the principles behind NJamb

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This PowerPoint presentation is the basis for the talk I'm giving to AgilePDX on March 16, on Difference-Asserting Fluent Tests, or DAFT. NJamb is the tooling; DAFT is the theory and technical practice, kind of a variant of BDD. It explains the "why" of NJamb. (I guess you could say "motivates it", if you like that sort of language.)

It is a portion of a larger talk I've proposed for the Agile 2011 conference.

The presentation contains a section on xUnit loopholes, where several slides refer to examples in the NJamb codebase. See the NJamb.DemoCode assembly, and particularly its Antipatterns directory, for the C# code.

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