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Open Preview See a Problem? Srinivas Kadiyala marked it as to-read Dec 02, January 14, by Robert Galen. Density is number of defects per unit of code Defect seeding methods can be used seed intentionally insert bugs!
Not only in front of a class, but as an individual.
What about errors subsequently corrected by end users? Karen rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Stubs must be created for units not yet completed. Are references relative or absolute?
Sometimes, by working with me directly. Ben rated it really liked it Nov 05, Books by Robert Sabourin. Can code be modified by developers not familiar with code base? So I sent robeert an email introduction and a copy of the manuscript. How many failed attempts to load a page occur as the system is loaded?
I Am A Bug by Robert Sabourin
Nonetheless, they are my heroes. It’s this that I’m most proud of and humbled by.
Stay agile my friends, Bob. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. While I didn’t know him personally at the time, I thought, what the hell, all I could do is ask. David rated it it was amazing Dec 02, szbourin Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Sometimes I’ve wondered how many people have been influenced for the absolute better by Rob.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Laura Oniga marked it as to-read Mar 03, Lijiali rated it liked it Sep 20, To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. Decide this early to avoid conflict and politics! Maybe there’s a hidden audience in the friends and family of people in software development who want to get better acquainted with what said people do at work or on the computer all day.
My Heros: Rob Sabourin
Rob is a stalwart in the testing community. Rob also sent me encouragement that the book added value to the community and that lifted my spirits to continue in the books finalization process.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. And of course, they get none of the credit for my many foibles. A parent working in the software business can read I am a Bug to a young child and explain what they do at work! To maintain your energy and passion around doing what you love.
Does application respond to input?