Errors happen during the entire web development cycle. And that’s perfectly normal. No matter how hard a team tries, errors creep into projects. But this means that there is always room for improvement.
You’ll find hundreds of lists out there talking about mistakes that can be avoided during web development projects.
However, most of these lists mainly deal with the managerial and technical aspects of the web development process. They rarely cover the other critical components, such as the stage of Quality Assurance (QA).
In this article, you’ll find some insights on 10 bug tracking mistakes to avoid.
Web development is probably one of the most interesting industries to be in right now. Whether you’re thinking about the Silicon Valley, the startup scenes or any new 1 billion dollar idea. It’s most likely that it has something to do with web development or at least with software in a more general sense.
Web development left the niche of geeks and nerds a while ago and many people – especially younger generations – are thinking about getting into web development.
Well, yes. That’s absolutely a great idea. Do it.
However, there are a couple of things you need to know when starting in web development.
Basecamp keeps all your projects, data, and people in one place. No matter how many projects you have, or how many people are on the team. Everyone involved in a project can work together on Basecamp and you have full control over who sees which project, and who sees each other. It’s no longer a pain to coordinate everyone’s schedules.
Ever got caught in an endless discussion in your Basecamp comments just to end up with requesting a screenshot for clarification? Usersnap lets you create useful bug reports for your web project directly in the browser.