A Storytest-Driven Approach to the Migration of Legacy Systems

@inproceedings{Abbattista2009ASA,
  title={A Storytest-Driven Approach to the Migration of Legacy Systems},
  author={Fabio Abbattista and Alessandro Bianchi and Filippo Lanubile},
  booktitle={XP},
  year={2009}
}
In this paper, we propose an agile approach, for the migration of legacy software which combines a user story-based iterative process with automated acceptance testing. The proposed approach, named Storytest-Driven Migration (STDM), requires that acceptance tests are written both on the legacy and target versions of a software system. Because of their relevance, the quality of automated acceptance tests is assured through software inspections. As a proof of concept, we conducted a first… CONTINUE READING

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