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How Microsoft tackles the 30,000 bugs its 47,000 developers generate each month

How Microsoft tackles the 30,000 bugs its 47,000 developers generate each month

Microsoft is detailing how it handles bugs in its software and services using machine learning models. “47,000 developers generate nearly 30,000 bugs a month,” explains Scott Christiansen, a senior security program manager at Microsoft. The software maker tracks these bugs across GitHub and AzureDevOps repositories, but it’s a lot of issues to track with just traditional labeling and prioritization.

Microsoft is now using nearly 20 years of historical data across 13 million work items and bugs to create a machine-learning model that can separate security and non-security bugs 99 percent of the time. It’s a model that’s designed to help developers accurately identify and prioritize critical security issues that need fixing.

https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/22/21230816/microsoft-developers-bugs-machine-learning-numbers-statistics