Note that this post is part of a series where I am ‘live blogging’ my way through the ministry of testing’s 30 days of Agile Testing challenge.

I’ll be honest, this one is going to be pretty short.  When it comes to application logs I know my way around them in general.  Our product has its shortcomings, but we do a pretty good job of producing the logs that we need, and for the areas of the product that I test, I know quite well were to find them and how to read them. Often I have had developers asking me where to find information. Many developers only know the one specific log they write to and sometimes issues require figuring out what other areas of the system are doing.  I got this one.  Want to know where the logs are? Give me a shout. 🙂

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