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    There are two good reasons to do random testing. The first is that you’re working with a homogenous or expected distribution, and the cost of letting something defective slip through is pretty low. For example, the chef doesn’t have to taste every single serving before it leaves the kitchen. Quality manufacturing is based on the […]
           


    November 7, 2018, 3:01 pm | Read entire article...



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