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Apr 28 2017   4:43PM GMT

Phase or Faze – Which is correct?

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert

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continuous-deliveryTreating testing as a ________ rather than something that should be done continuously throughout software development is a recipe for defective software.

A. phase
B. faze

 

Answer: A

As a noun, phase means any stage or step in a sequence of events. As a verb, it means to plan or carry out something systematically.

Faze is a verb that means to disturb, bother, or embarrass. If you’re not bothered by something, you’re unfazed.

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