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 ====== QA and Testing References ====== ====== QA and Testing References ======
  
-  * [[http://​leankit.com/​blog/​2015/​12/​how-many-bugs-are-left-the-software-qa-puzzle/?​utm_campaign=December%202015%20Newsletter%20-%20Test%20A&​utm_medium=email&​utm_source=Eloqua&​elq=4324886b7c044eb4a1b10d124825e98e&​elqCampaignId=232&​elqaid=796&​elqat=1&​elqTrackId=ea0e3d0fbe1f4ea1aa5049c24f1a751b|How Many Bugs Are Left in the Software]] - from leankit, the simple model is if two people look at the same area of code and person a finds A bugs, person b finds B bugs and there are C bugs in common then using the Lincoln model an estimate for the total number of bugs in the code is (A * B) / C.+  * [[http://​leankit.com/​blog/​2015/​12/​how-many-bugs-are-left-the-software-qa-puzzle/?​utm_campaign=December%202015%20Newsletter%20-%20Test%20A&​utm_medium=email&​utm_source=Eloqua&​elq=4324886b7c044eb4a1b10d124825e98e&​elqCampaignId=232&​elqaid=796&​elqat=1&​elqTrackId=ea0e3d0fbe1f4ea1aa5049c24f1a751b|How Many Bugs Are Left in the Software]] - from leankit, the simple model is if two people look at the same area of code and person a finds A bugs, person b finds B bugs and there are C bugs in common then using the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Lincoln_index|Lincoln model]] an estimate for the total number of bugs in the code is (A * B) / C. The thinking here is that the more often you find common bugs the more likely it is that you have found all the bugs.
  
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