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Tips from ChatGPT for reducing bug fixing time.

ChatGPT is brilliant, and awesome. I asked what I should do to reduce bug fixing time. This is the reply 👇.


There are several ways that you can reduce the time required to fix bugs, including the following:

  1. Use automated testing tools: Automated testing tools can help to quickly identify and diagnose bugs, allowing developers to focus their efforts on fixing the issues rather than manually testing for them.

  2. Prioritize bug fixes: Prioritizing the most important or severe bugs can help to ensure that the most critical issues are addressed first, saving time and effort in the long run.

  3. Use debugging tools: Debugging tools can help to quickly identify the source of a bug, allowing developers to fix the issue more efficiently.

  4. Collaborate and communicate: Effective collaboration and communication among team members can help to identify and resolve bugs more quickly, saving time and effort.

  5. Adopt agile development methodologies: Agile development methodologies, such as Scrum and Kanban, can help teams to quickly identify and fix bugs, as well as adapt to changing requirements and priorities.

Overall, using a combination of these strategies can help to reduce the time and effort required to fix bugs.


I'm like .. Impressed !!!

Clear, and to the point.

Do as ChatGPT suggests, and you will indeed reduce bug fixing time.

On a side note, Finotes helps you with first 3 points, and 4th point to an extend.

Now that you are here, I recommend to you this blog post. How to reduce bug fixing time in mobile apps.


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