What is bug free software release?

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  • Sep 20th, 2006

Till now no software is bug free. anyway we mention some release notes for each software.

Anand kulkarni

  • Oct 3rd, 2006

The software with the 0 defect or zero bugs and working with the functionalities which were specified then it is called a bug free software release.

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Brijesh Jain

  • Oct 17th, 2006

A bug free software release is that which has no high severity and high priority bug.

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  • Oct 18th, 2006

The 100% bugs will be Fixed, Closed, all requirements will be full filled and it will be assured 0 bug deferring and 0 defects at this Last Version.

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We can never confirmed that the software is bug free.Tester can only uncover the hidden bug but can't say that it is totally bug free.Still if all test cases passed or we get no new critical bug for a long time , we may sure that we can release our software now.

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syed sabeer

  • Feb 16th, 2007

hello brijesh,this is sabeerwill u plz tell mw where ur working presently if you know any thing you give the answer if ur sitting infront of the interviewer and if he asks r u a realtime person wat u will say before reply the answer think wat ur repyling

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  • Oct 4th, 2007

When a project is delivered to the client with no open/known issues and ofcourse with no acceptance defects been raised by the client (when tested at their end) is a bug-free release.

We (the technical architect, development and testing teams) have been given zero-defect deliveries to our client.

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  • Oct 31st, 2011

As Jitu mentioned no software can be bug free. It just means that all high, medium and some of the low priority and severity bugs have been fixed.

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Amit R

  • Jun 6th, 2015

Software is never bug free , the high medium and low priority bugs are fixed and some are put in deferred status so that it can be fixed in next version.

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