There are a couple of reasons why I decided to write this post about testing basics among thousands of existing ones.
A perfect bug report is one that ticks all the right boxes. While this sounds boring and may take your testers a while to accomplish, it is actually their job and will save your developers a great deal of time moving forward.
Tips on how to easily come back to work after the holidays or vacations with minimum stress for QA specialists, managers, and everyone who cares about their working tasks.
Teach everyone on your team to write and manage concise bug reports that save you time and money. Part 2: Rescue of the drowning (or avoid being flooded by bug reports.)