Six sigma, DOT NET Programming

What is SIX sigma?

The Sigma means the deviation in Greek language. The Deviation means how much variations exist in a set of data. For illustrate  let's say in a software maintenance project out of 100 defects 68 defects are rectified to the mark and the remaining bounce back that means your bug fixing process is on "2 Sigma" level. I had described only from bug fixing perspective. But this can be applicable to any process organization.

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Figure: - SIX Sigma Values

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