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Brownfield Application Development in .NET by Kyle Baley, Donald Belcham

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Chapter 6. Defect management

This chapter covers

  • Exploring types of defects
  • Reviewing your brownfield project for defects
  • Understanding the anatomy of a defect
  • Achieving Zero Defect Count

On the majority of software projects, most of the effort is put into the construction tasks required to create something tangible. We focus on the analysis, design, and coding that produces the software. Inevitably during that effort, you’ll make errors and incorrect assumptions that lead to defects. How you react to these defects is an important factor in the health of your project.

Projects have a wide range of techniques, both explicit and implicit, that they employ to disseminate information about defects. The techniques will vary, from word of mouth ...

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