School of Mantis
Tracking bugs is hard to do
Issue: 9.3 (March/April 2011)
Author: Tam Hanna
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Once an app is out the door, keeping it in the headlines is expensive. If you don't have the loot to buy your way in, frequent updates are the only way to keep your pet product alive and kicking.
After version 1.0 has been released, you usually have enough leftovers for a second version. Okay, most products never make it past v1.0... but if you are one of the lucky few, you will quickly develop a rather nasty case of tetraphobia (fear of the number four). The reason: by version four, the feature backlog accumulated during development tends to be depleted for good.
Given that you haven't flushed your copy of REAL Studio down the toilet at this point, you probably agree that a healthy stream of improvement requests is essential to keeping a product line alive. This article will look at ways to get these ideas, and more importantly, at a tool which allows you to prevent your precious ideas getting lost in the hustles and bustles of everyday work life.
Getting ideas and bug reports
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