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The excellent bug report raises the issue and provides sufficient data for a good decision.The article describes why do programmers do not fix some bugs so how to report bugs accurately so that the reader understands the impact of the problem and takes up for fix.It describes RIMGEN a guide for how to investigate bugs and communicate better.It also describes about some good Bug reporting skills for a Tester to improve his credibility.
My thoughts on the concept of shift left in software testing.
1. Shift left simplistically applied to automating everything in sight is not an ideal solution.
2. Morphing all the diverse roles in software engineering to just have all programmers on team leads losing knowledge present with people who understand different facets of creating software.
3. Leaving testing to the end of a project is not a solution either.
“So many things are possible just as long as you don’t know they’re impossible.”