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5answers
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Solving which bugs will give greatest cost benefit [duplicate]

I wanted to get an idea of categorizing bugs based on how easy is it to solve and how much benefit it will give me. for e.g., if there is a bug which will take say an hour (double file close etc.) to ...
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4answers
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Encountering the same issue in an application

I've often come across the situation when the same mistake is made in many places in an application. For example, in a web application when the user creates an item and clicks the Add button to save ...
2
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3answers
1k views

Bug severity classification issues

In a book I have, there is a following classification of defect: Critical : A defect receives a “critical” severity level if one or more critical system functionalities are impaired by a defect with ...
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4answers
485 views

How to handle bugs that I think I fixed, but I'm not entirely sure

There are some types of bugs which are very hard to reproduce, happen very rarely and seemingly by random. It can happen, that I find a possible cause, fix it, test the program, and can't reproduce ...
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5answers
299 views

If a new feature is implemented and there is a bug, should QA reject that feature or accept it and file a new bug?

At work, we use a bug tracker called Pivotal Tracker (www.pivotaltracker.com) that allows engineers to file features and bugs. If a feature or bug fix is delivered, it is QA's job to accept or reject ...