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    Why do we make "tickets"

    I follow a gentleman John Cutler (found on Twitter @johncuttlefish). He writes interesting topics and ideas regarding product development. You will likely see more of his work on this site since I largely enjoy what he has to say and sometimes see things different enough to make an interesting conversation or discussion, albeit virtually- at least in the instance.

    There has been an interesting discussion on Twitter about testing, and the graphic below illustrates one of those topics - Why we write "tickets"

    John Cuttler Twitter DDasBbsVwAA1MU9.jpg

    Why do we make tickets? I will lead off by saying these defect reports can be analyzed to glean information about the systems that developed the product - this includes the development and the testing components of the development.

    Why do we make tickets? Tell me what you think and let's discuss.
    Last edited by JonMQuigley; 11-25-2017 at 10:04 PM.

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