The software development process doesn’t prevent bugs; it merely puts off dealing with them until the end of the project.
Good (software) design ought to keep errors out in the first place.
The software development process includes testing, verification, validation, and code debugging to ensure proper function and reliability. Verification is the process of ensuring that programs meet their design specifications. Validation is the process of ensuring that a program meets its functional specification. Case studies demonstrate the use of Taguchi Methods for both program verification and validation. Seven types of software tests ...