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Trying to optimize on the number of test cases needed for a patch – Part 3

In the second part of this series of articles (Difference between Dot and Patch release), I had written about the differences between a dot and patch release, and started talking about the time involved. In this post, I will write more on this topic, especially about the time involved. I mentioned in the previous post, […]

Trying to optimize on the number of test cases needed for a patch – Part 2

In the previous post on this subject (part 1 of optimizing test cases needed for a patch), we had talked about the compromise between the need for reducing the amount of test cases needed for a patch while ensuring that the quality level of what was released was as good or better than the previous […]

Product Development – planning a minor / dot release – Challenges

In the last post, I had talked about why a minor (dot) release is needed, as well as some of the reasons as to why doing a dot release is an inconvenience. However, if the decision has been made to do a dot release, then it is necessary to understand the process of planning and […]

Product Development – what is a minor / dot release

For those of you unacquainted with the concept of a minor release (I will also call it a Dot release from time to time), it is a release that you do after the main release has been done. If that did not make too much sense, let me try again ! Suppose you have released […]