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What happens after software is released and a bug is found?
Who is responsible for the bug? Is it:
The Developer for writing that code in?
The Tester for not coming across it?
Or the whole team?
Has this happened to you and how does your team resolve it?
It is the whole team.
No product or software can be bug free. It is a continuous cycle of development and testing.
Just as you do not hold a developer responsible for all the bugs found during testing, you do not hold a tester responsible for bugs found after release.
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