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How spending too much time debugging causes tdrouble

We asked some of the engineering teams that we work with how much time their developers spend on debugging processes. The answer? On average, 25% of developers’ time is spent on debugging alone. That means that more than a full day of the work week is dedicated to troubleshooting and problem solving.
 
In a previous post, we looked at 5 of the top areas where this time is spent (think searching through log files, reproducing errors, “war room”-type situations, etc.). Now, we need to talk about how all of this time spent debugging impacts your company.
 

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