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8 minutes ago, debraspicher said:

It is rather unfair to throw them under the bus for bug issues when they are only the frontlines.

Not sure if anyone is doing that, but yes that would not be appropriate. As someone who has led large development teams myself and worked on very large projects. It is really impossible to know from the outside what are the internal inhibitors to greater efficiency and product reliability.

Usually such matters are result of leadership, depending on size of company, but often upper management and executives. They are ultimately responsible for the operations. You can almost be certain the devs and test teams want the issues fixed as well. But they probably don't get to set the ultimate priorities.

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For large software projects, the whole thing revolves more around the respective project management and quality assurance. And also whether a suitable project management method (in the case of agile methods, e.g. Scrum, Kanban) is used for a project and if it works for them (or not) in order to do justice to the growing complexity of a project. In addition, a number of other involved things can play a role here (e.g. a good ticket system, prioritization and processing of tickets, testing methods, devops services ... etc.), all of which can have a positive or negative impact on the whole, depending on the respective situation.


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