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אם נתקלת בבאג במקרה... - חפש באגים דומים

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שבת, 21 דצמבר 2013 19:57
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אם נתקלת בבאג במקרה... או שחזרה תקלה מלקוח - חפש באגים דומים,

סביר להניח שפיקששת סדרה שלמה של באגים מאותו סגנון.

בתרגום חופשי מהמסמך הבא של Cem Kaner.

 

ראה המסמך בלינק הבא, כמו גם רשימת Checklists נוספים באזור הכלים והעזרים שלנו לזיהוי בדיקות המטפלות בבעיות אפשריות נוספות.

http://www.logigear.com/logi_media_dir/Documents/tcs_appA_bugs.pdf#!

שונה לאחרונה ב ראשון, 22 דצמבר 2013 20:26

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