Hardware Statistics

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 »

The Differences Between Alpha and Beta Testing

Most software and hardware products in the tech industry go through alpha and beta testing. These testing phases are used to discover defects and adjust the products so they function flawlessly by the time they reach the consumer. Alpha testing comes first and occurs toward the end of the development process and when the product… Read more »

The Role of the Testing Lab

A lot of useful testing can be performed by a single tester working on a single computer. Indeed, a component of almost every test effort at Beta Breakers is to have a tester spend a good deal of time exercising the software under test on a single configuration. Doing so allows the tester to get… Read more »

The Importance of Quality Assurance

True story. In mid-January, we were approached by a new prospect who was planning on launching a brand new, responsive website, compatible with both iOS and Android mobile devices. This particular individual happened to be the Project Manager and had been “convinced” by his boss to reach out to Beta Breakers for a round of… Read more »