Andrey (azangru) wrote,

This is probably no way to write gherkin. Gherkin was supposed to act as a bridge between business stakeholders who don't know how to read code, but know exactly what value they want to get from the code (i.e. what, ultimately, the code is supposed to do), and developers, who know how to code, but don't know why.

If Gherkin is used as a communication tool for the testers themselves, then what's the point of even adding this extra level of indirection.

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