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What is the real cost of persistent software failures in Continuous Integration pipelines?


That is the question which a research conducted in 2020 by a Cambridge University Judge Business School MBA project sought to answer.


Key findings include:

  • Reproducing software failures is impeding delivery speed: 41% of respondents say that getting the bug to reproduce is the biggest barrier to finding and fixing bugs faster
  • Failing tests cost 620 million developer hours a year (in the US alone) - that's millions of developer hours wasted on debugging software failures


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