This is to track developers bug rate
When comes to SDLC, time is very efficient. This “Dev-work-tracker” is the efficient way to reduce time specially on testing phase.
In many scenarios, same bug caught at different releases by the tester. Which means developers can make same mistakes gain and gain. The frequency of the developer tent to concentrate lesser on not interesting stuff.Example many developers excited about writing codes, but same excitement will be lacking when comes to writing unit test code. This leads to cause more bugs in the testing cycle.
In this case, “Dev-work-tracker” will help to track assignee’s bug history and compare them (using natural language processing - NLP) with his current task, then it will create a sub-task in this current task stating - “You have more than one bug history related to the current task, please make sure this won’t render in current task”.
Current Task - UI Development - positioning img.
If Assignee’s Bug History - 10
Out of 10, 4 is related to UI Development
Out of 4, 2 is related to positioning.
So this 2 positioning bugs will send it to Assignee’s eye, so that he can avoid this mistake again in his current work.
Install the package by running:
pip install dev-work-tracker
shell sudo python3 setup.py install
Install the dependencies:
pip install jira pip install spacy python -m spacy download en_core_web_sm
Python standard dependencies:
This package is to track developers work rate
Free software: MIT license
Documentation: (COMING SOON!) https://dev-work-tracker.readthedocs.org.
Jagadeesh Lakshminarasimhan - firstname.lastname@example.org
from devtracker.devtracker import Trigger
jira_server = “https://example.atlassian.net/”
jira_user = “email@example.com”
jira_password = “examplePassW@rd”
Issue_ID = “EXAM-1234” #Jira Issue ID
description = ‘This is sample description about the issue’
session = Trigger().jira_login(jira_server, jira_user, jira_password)
out = Trigger().windfall(Issue_ID, session, description)
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