What is Software Quality Management?

Software Quality Management – abbreviated SQM – is a term used to describe the management aspects of developing quality software. SQM begins with an idea for a product and continues through the design, testing and launch phases. A management process that is made up of a few different steps, SQM can be broken down most… Read more »

Sorting Software Testing Myths from Facts

Over the years, the team at Beta Breakers has heard all sorts of myths about software testing. Some of these falsities seem to pop up more often than others, leading us to compile a list of the top five testing myths we would like to denounce. Automated Testing Will Eliminate the Need for Manual Testing… Read more »

Beta Breakers Usability Testing vs. Public Betas

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 »

Four Characteristics That All Great Software Shares

There is much that goes into designing an incredible piece of software, and from coding to user interaction there is just as much to consider when it comes time to deem software ready for launch. When designing new software, whether it is an app, a website or a computer program, the creator obviously wants it… Read more »