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by Joel Spolsky
Thursday, May 04, 2000

I'm interested in hearing how people are tracking bugs in their code.

There are a few commercial bug tracking database products, like Rational ClearQuest, and some public domain ones, like Bugzilla, but most people seem to be rolling their own.

I'm working on an article about bug tracking. Do you do formal bug tracking? What's the sociology of bug tracking? What tools do you use? What do you like about them and dislike about them? Write me!

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