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15 August 2013

Making a Case in FogBugz

Though it isn't strictly code-related, writing cases concerns every person involved in the development process. From designers to developers to testers, writing good cases is vital to the efficiency of the project workflow.

This video on making cases in FogBugz, the bug tracking system that we use, breaks cases into three basic types of information: title, metadata, and notes.

A good case doesn't just convey the right information; it presents the information in a way that is easily readable and lacks ambiguity. A well written and laid out case saves time for every subsequent reader.

Posted by Tonya Ross at August 15, 2013 03:00 PM