The majority of software products will go through two types of testing: alpha testing and beta testing. Both testing phases can find and fix defects and other bugs that linger in a particular software or website, but how they go about it is entirely different. Here we discuss the differences between alpha and beta testing… Read more »
Posts By: Evan
Having been in business for more than three decades now, we have sometimes been asked about the difference between our usability reviews and public beta organizations. Our customers are surprised to hear that in most cases, our QA Engineers perform comprehensive usability reviews while concurrently completing both functionality and cross-platform compatibility testing. The reason is… Read more »
PG&E is at it again, taking away our power for at least half the day on Monday, February 22. We’ll keep things going from various home offices, but phone service and bugbase access will be limited.
Here’s another article that differs a bit from our usual software testing blogs: hardware statistics. It can be a dry topic, but it is one that comes up quite a bit in our labs. Many of our clients are developing applications that have meaningful hardware requirements that need to be met, and in some cases… Read more »