Category Archives: Statistics

Regression bug!? Hold a moment…

It was a quiet Friday until a QA guy shouted “Hey, we just hit a showstopper problem!” The problem was difficult to reproduce, which, say, only 5% of trials resulted in the failure. In the follow up test, QA installed … Continue reading

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The build is broken! How much time do we waste?

Continuous Integration (CI) encourages frequent code commit as opposed to running extensive QA process before merging the work to the trunk. I like Continuous Integration because the code changes are visible to everyone immediately. If someone makes a mistake, we … Continue reading

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