So how do you go about implementing a zero bug policy when you’ve got a long list of real bugs and users and stakeholders who want things fixed? I’ve been getting this question a lot after posting my blog entry Stop Managing Bugs, Start Focusing on Quality and creating the app and cards to help with the day-to-day maintenance of a zero bug policy. So over the summer I wrote a little story board book that will help you get started. Pass by the Crisp office if you’re in Stockholm to pick up a copy, or download the pdf on LeanPub. You can always find more information at FixItNowOrDeleteIt.com
Get in touch via my homepage if you have questions or comments!