The company Udemy, send me the following very interesting infographic about major QA fails and solutions from the last 25 years. It is pretty interesting to see what kind of bugs occur and how they were solved. The infographic contains bugs from companies such as AT&T, Pentium, US Navy, NASA, Airbus, Lookheed and many more. In total those bugs cause 50 millionpeople without power, $6billion in losses and 17,000 grounded airplanes. However, we should keep in mind that it is not QAs fault that bugs occur, it is more a team fail.
Thanks to Andy and Matt for providing this graphic!
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