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Below is a basic testing/defect/bug life cycle which can be followed in small companies. Don’t use this for medium to big companies as the process is not enough.
You can add policies and processes can be added according to the team size and reporting structure.
This is my another hobby program which is useful for checking the alignments. If you are familiar with Photoshop, you probalbly know what are guidelines.
Download from here.
Source code available up on request.
You must have used .NET Reflector from Red Gate already, most probably when it was a free tool. ILSpy is the open-source .NET assembly browser and decompiler. This you can consider as a free alternative for .NET Reflector.
This is about one of the best recognition I felt about myself. It happened few years ago. For one the the new critical project in my company they tried to seek advice from a senior consultant. While the manager was checking the possibility to get appointment via phone, this consultant asked him – “Why you are searching for another person when an expert is there itself?” Manager asked “Who?” – It was my name
Later I was added to this project in the initiation phase for the identification and technology. This story was told by my manager himself to me after this project.
Label: Lesson learned
When you estimate for maintenance projects, i.e, adding features to an existing project (software, website etc.) make sure you consider a pre-testing time also.
Once you finish your task, any issue on the product, even if you have not touched that specific module, will come to you – if you don’t have a previously installed product exists for which you can show the customer by reproducing the issue.
For standalone products this case won’t come as you can prove it by trying to replicate the scenario on another computer. But for website projects, you may not be able to prove your innocence.
So best approach is to test the product/project and prepare a list of issues and get the formal approval from customer. So in future if you get a bug report, you can verify this list so that your side is safe.
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This month’s (August 2011) issue have these major topics:
- Team Foundation Server (TFS) & Exchange – Building a ticketing system
- Microsoft Visual Studio Light Switch – Advanced programming & building business apps
- HTML5 – Build apps
- Multi-Platform Development – About portable class libraries
- Artificial Intelligence – Particle swarm optimization
- Parallel Programming – on .NET apps etc.