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    On bug reporting On bug reporting Presentation Transcript

    • On Bug Reporting
    • A bug report is the most important inspiration for bug fixing
    • A good title helps Let‘s have a look at some examples of bug report titles
    • Problem
    • Problem in Cocoon
    • Error on instrument selection screen
    • Error on instrument selection screen after selecting an HI
    • Error on instrument selection screen after selecting a Kopenhagen P
    • Exception thrown on instrument selection screen after assigning a Kopenhagen P to the left side
    • Reduce the number of steps to the minimum of actions that lead to the observed bug IMPORTANT
    • Elements of a Bug Report Meaningful Title Steps that lead to the bug Expected behaviour Observed behaviour { Not enough Information Too much information/noise Wrong information Be precise, Programmers like precision
    • WHAT happens WHERE after/before doing WHAT under WHICH condition
    • %&#@* This stupid shit is STILL not working (and never will!!) and I have told the lazy developers a million times!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Exception thrown on instrument selection screen after assigning a Kopenhagen P to the left side
    • Impossible Not so good Some problematic words Not possible better Never Under these circumstances Again -
    • Write your bug report… … and then read what you just wrote