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הסתכלו על התמונה המלאה - וואלידצייה לקבוצות באגים

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שלישי, 28 מאי 2013 19:37
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הסתכלו על התמונה המלאה - וואלידצייה לקבוצות באגים
בהרבה מקרים, אנו יכולים לקדם את וואלידציית הבאגים באופן מהיר ויעיל יותר, אם נסתכל על התמונה המלאה.

במקום לעבור באג, באג - בצעו חיתוך על כל הבאגים באזור מסויים,

קיראו הבאגים ושימו לב לקשרים ביניהם:

1. האם יש מקום לבדיקות נוספות (הקשרים מצביעים על כשלים אפשריים נוספים?)

2. האם יהייה יעיל יותר לבדוק מספר תיקוני באגים במשותף?

3. האם יש באגים שלא סומנו כמתוקנים, וייתכן והם תקינים - דורש זהירות יתר

בהצלחה :-)

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