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Submission + - What Your QA Team Can Learn from Open Source Devel (softwarequalityconnection.com)

Anonymous Coward writes: "If studies show that major FOSS projects have fewer defects per lines of code than proprietary software (and they do), then it makes sense to apply some of the successful development techniques to other realms as well. Free and open source projects follow slightly different protocols than their proprietary counterparts. You can apply some of these processes in your team to your benefit, even if you're developing proprietary software."
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What Your QA Team Can Learn from Open Source Devel

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