Bugs

software bug is an error, flaw or fault in the design, development, or operation of computer software that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways.

Uncovering Hidden Bugs – The Liberation Process

Introduction Adopting software testing services is a crucial step in the development cycle, tasked with ferreting out any potential hidden bugs. However, the intricacy of contemporary software can often conceal bugs deep within the system, making the bug detection process...

Bugs of the Month: Winter Edition

It’s 2023, and we return with a new entry in our Bugs of the Month series for the latter part of Q4 2022.  Let’s hope the new year will bring even more bug hunt results to help us deliver functional...

Bug fixing costs throughout SDLC

In an ideal world, your software product should work as intended, but the reality proves otherwise. All software products have bugs. To have minimal or zero defects in your product, it is essential to do software testing. Software testing should...

Bugs of the month: September

Introduction Bug hunting is a relentless pursuit for every software testing company. We strive to deliver swift solutions through our QA services, and we get to find interesting bugs while doing so!  Let’s take a look at September’s issue of...

Bugs of the month: August

When it comes to software testing, whether it’s automated or manual, testers should look for the most appropriate solutions for each bug found. Another month has passed, and we return with a new entry in our Bugs of the month...

Bugs of the month in software testing: July

Software testing comes with new challenges every month. QA companies must stay up-to-date with new issues as testers must thoroughly evaluate and report each bug to the developing team.  BUG #1: Emails sent limit    Project context: A software system that...

Bugs of the month: May

Introduction While you can find a lot of information on the most common types of bugs on the internet, we decided to ask our testers about the interesting and out-of-the-ordinary ones.  Although not all of them are project-specific, the context...

Bug Priority vs. Severity Levels – How to Identify Them

Here’s a good practice for ticket workflow – add priority and severity levels Bug Priority vs. Severity Levels     Although they’re connected, it’s important to note the differences between them.  Who sets the priority of the bug?  Stakeholders, project managers, the product owner,...

How to Add a Bug

One of the most important roles of a QA tester, among other things, is to find problems within the software that's being tested and report them to be fixed. This means that reporting a bug correctly is essential to its...