Defect Cost Increase (DCI) is the second principle applied in XP to increase the cost-effectiveness of testing. DCI is one of the few empirically verified truths about software development: the sooner you find a defect, the cheaper it is to fix. If you find a defect after a decade of deployment you'll have to reconstruct a lot of history and context to figure out what the code was supposed to do in the first place, which of those assumptions are in error, and what should be fixed so the rest of the (presumably correct) program remains undisturbed. Catch the same defect the minute it is created and the cost to fix it will be minimal...
- 13. Testing: Early, Often, and Automated
- from Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change, Second Edition
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: November 2004
Custo-eficácia. DCI (Defect Cost Increase)
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