How do you know when the product is tested well enough?

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How do you know when the product is tested well enough?..

Answer / dunnalot

There is no such thing as defect-free software. If there is
then it only remains defect-free for a short time as there
are always changes to requirements that cause software to
be changed and require retesting.

IMO the sign of a system that is close to being tested well
enough, is based on the type of defects being raised. The
severity is lower and the defects are more cosmetic in
nature.

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How do you know when the product is tested well enough?..

Answer / nannan

The rate of bug detection is nil.

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