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Do you categorize the root cause of bugs?

This is a great idea, but not new. I have seen RCA (Root Cause Analysis) being done in several places, not as a replacement to other processes but as complementary. Most test management tools should ...
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Do you categorize the root cause of bugs?

Absolutely, categorizing the root cause of bugs is a valuable practice in software testing and quality assurance. It helps provide insights into the underlying issues that lead to the occurrence of ...
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Do you categorize the root cause of bugs?

In functional testing services, software testers report bugs every day. It's important to understand in which category the bug belongs. Bugs can be caused by many factors, including: Unclear ...
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Do you categorize the root cause of bugs?

With more than 10 years of QA experience and association with a software qa consulting firm, I can certainly say that tracking and classifying the root cause of issues is one of the most beneficial ...
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Do you categorize the root cause of bugs?

Although the idea of performing root cause analysis is sound, I have yet to see a good categorization scheme. In my experience, trying to categorize root causes tends to yield categories that are too ...
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