For those Windows Insiders that took part in the recent Bug Bash, Anita George has published a post going into the the “Behind the Scenes”. I really enjoy the Bug Bash and the fun and the enthusiasm with the Windows team. From doing the multiple quests to the Beam webcasts to offering and upvoting feedback, I really enjoy it. It does give a sense of inclusion with the process of making Windows 10 a better product.
The blog post is a good insight into what goes into these Bug Bashes. I’m sure a lot of queso is involved, as well.
I’m sure there will be more Bug Bashes in the future, and I encourage you to join in if you have the time and the desire. It really is a fun part of the process!
Hi! My name is Anita George, and I am the leader of the two Bug Bashes for the Windows 10 Creators Update (the one in November 2016 and the one we just finished up in Feb). For this most recent Bug Bash, Windows Insiders completed approximately 108,900 Quests and submitted or upvoted an astounding 115,100 feedback items! Thank you so much to everyone that took the time to Bug Bash with us. The level of participation was just incredible! So what goes into running a Bug Bash? I’d like to take some time to explain the behind-the-scenes work that happens to make a Bug Bash successful.