Why We Call Them “Bugs”?

Lecture 1 - A Bug or Not a Bug -> Quick Intro -> Three Conditions Of A Bug’s Existence -> The Gist Of Testing -> Spec, Spec, Spec -> Software Bugs And Spec Bugs -> Other Sources Of Expected Results -> Why We Call Them “Bugs”? -> Lecture Recap

The following quotation is taken from a Wikipedia.org article:

“The first “documented’ computer bug was a moth found trapped between points at Relay #70, Panel F, of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator while it was being tested at Harvard University, 9 September 1947. Grace Hopper affixed the moth to the computer log, with the entry: ‘First actual case of bug being found.‘” Next ->

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Lecture 1 - A Bug or Not a Bug -> Quick Intro -> Three Conditions Of A Bug’s Existence -> The Gist Of Testing -> Spec, Spec, Spec -> Software Bugs And Spec Bugs -> Other Sources Of Expected Results -> Why We Call Them “Bugs”? -> Lecture Recap

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