Bugs are like over-parented kids. They get a lot of attention. They might be born in the relative quiet of a developer's IDE, but the moment they are exposed to the rest of the world, they live their lives amidst a great deal of fanfare.
Unfortunately, in the celebration of testing artifacts (such as counting the number of bugs) we forget about the software. All testing artifacts have value to the extent that they impact the source code and therefore the product.
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