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Thursday, April 22, 2004

Battle History of Zero Bug Bounce 

ZBB... Zero Bug Bounce. A concept not a lot of programmers are familiar with, but one that I think is important to know about. The Microsoft bloggers have been posting a lot on this lately... although nobody actually has mentioned what product(s) their working on... I can only hope that they are hard at work on Whidbey trying to get it out the door sooner than anticipated. Matt Warren has one of his elaborate and colorful posts on the carnage that ensues after a Zero Bug Bounce Battle entitled Code Warriors.

Eric Gunnerson explains ZBB as the Acronym of the Day, while Shaykat has more on Bug Bounces from the perspective of a product manager.

Happy Bug Slaying.

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