This blog is about Linux, testing and tech. I hope you find the solution to your problem here.
I’ve worked as a QA Engineer in a variety of software companies in Ireland since 1996. I’ve dabbled with Linux since about 1998. In recent years, I’ve used it as my desktop at work (since about 2000) and since 2007 all of my boxes at home run some variant of Linux (mostly Ubuntu) — no more Windows anywhere.
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September 12, 2008
Successful bug triage
Written sometime between 2001 and 2009. The original publication date is lost. This post has moved across three blogging platforms during its life.
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