Atomic Talk Title: How to Log a Bug
How you log a bug can influence how well the bug is fixed, or even if it is fixed at all! In this presentation, I’ll talk about the six components of a well-logged bug: Title, Description, Environment, Steps to Reproduce, Expected and Actual Result, and Screenshot or Stack Trace.
- How to create a clear, searchable title
- What to include in steps to reproduce
- Why Expected Results and Actual Results are important
- When to include a screenshot or stack trace
Kristin Jackvony is an experienced Quality Assurance manager and tester, specializing in both improving legacy software and supporting new software from the earliest stages of development. She is highly skilled in organizing systems and processes to support all areas of testing. She is also proficient in automated testing, especially API testing with Postman, as well as UI automation and manual exploratory testing.