Originally published on stickyminds.com Some of my all-time favorite bugs are spectacular crashes. They’re fun to watch and rewarding to find. But when software crashes, it’s obvious that something has gone wrong. Much more difficult to catch—and often more important—are subtle bugs that mislead users. I’m reminded of one of the earliest database queries I […]
Archives for July 2001
published in STQE Magazine, July/August 2001 Often, your ability to write good bug reports (and not the inherent severity of the bug) determines whether or not the bugs get fixed. This article discusses 4 simple things you can do to improve the effectiveness of your bug reports. See article (pdf).