|May 13, 2019|
Software Testing is very important to every organization. You don't want customers to have a bad experience and you don't want your organization to look bad.
Here are a couple of examples of where a bug slipped QA and made it into production:
Turns out that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) spelled "responsibility" as "responsibilty" on millions of the new yellow notes.
The RBA has confirmed that there was at least one typo on the note and will be fixed in the next printing. For now, 46-million banknotes will have the small misprinting.
FYI: The A$50 is one of the most popular notes that is circulated in Australia.
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For a brief few hours on New Year's Day Cathay Pacific Airways sold thousands of first and business-class seats for huge discounts.
Seats that normally would go for $16,000 were selling for $675.
Cathay has publicly announced that it would honor all such seat prices.
Happy 2019 all, and to those who bought our good - VERY good surprise ‘special’ on New Year’s Day, yes - we made a mistake but we look forward to welcoming you on board with your ticket issued. Hope this will make your 2019 ‘special’ too!— Cathay Pacific (@cathaypacific) January 2, 2019
Next week I'll highlight some costly QA mistakes in Massachusetts.
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