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Anytime you ask a software developer if their app has been tested enough and they will tell you “it hasn’t.” Often they feel compelled to justify this lack of testing, but the reality is that it’s the norm. So, the question is what should we do about it? Problems with testing Software teams increasingly face pressure to deliver quality software while staying ahead of the competition. Releasing buggy software will quickly drive users away, but if you lack the features your competitors provide and you won’t be competitive will struggle to attract new users. Traditionally in software testing it’s thought that the earlier a bug is found, the cheaper it is to fix. If a developer finds a bug shortly after writing the code,it can be fixed quickly; if the bug is found in production it needs to be diagnosed, fixed and the software re-verified and released which can be an exp... (more)