This is part two of a paper I’ve written on making bug triage meetings more manageable and becoming a leader in a cross functional team. You might want to check out part one before reading on.
The reason we have bug triage sessions in the first place is no one has bothered to talk about these bugs before dealing with the entire list became a high priority. Everyone pays the high price of brutally long bug triage sessions because the low price of communicating on a consistent basis hasn’t been a priority right along. In order to make triage sessions more valuable you have to make it your top priority to get to the meeting with (more…)