Application Testing: Bug Ticket Reporting and its Description Value
Bug reporting can have significant impact on testing lifecycle and ultimately on the overall project success. And while most of us are familiar with Jira and use it on a daily basis to report and edit bug tickets, fully functional bug reporting is more than meets the eye.
Join the webinar if you are in the business of quality assurance, software development, team management or even design and wish to learn more about functional bug reporting.
Starting from real-life examples of Do’s and Don’t’s, this session goes through the details of bug templates and report fields helping you to write good bug reports and ultimately get bugs fixed.
ALEXANDRU ANDRONOVICI – QA Engineer at Computaris in Chisinau, Moldova, having solid experience with booking, e-commerce, streaming and intercom applications, as well as web (UI/backend) application testing and mobile native apps on Android and iOS.
25+ years of experience in technology and telecom, supporting telcos throughout the 2G to 5G evolution
1,000+ projects successfully delivered to more than 100 global clients such as:
Register for the webinar
Date: Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Time: 4.00pm EET/ 3.00pm CET
Where: Webex online presentation
Duration: 1 hour
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