Posts Categorized: Beta Testing

Functional Testing vs. Non-Functional Testing

If you create a specific software and it works perfectly the first time, then you’re probably dreaming. All software applications are bound to have a few kinks both now and down the road. That’s why software must be constantly tested and re-tested for errors. There are several types of software testing—automated, accessibility, usability, localization, and… Read more »

Continuous Integration, Delivery, & Deployment: What’s the Difference?

Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment are three related, but distinct DevOps strategies. They work towards the same goal—making our software development and release faster and more accurate—but do so in different ways. Continuous integration Continuous integration is where developers integrate code changes into a shared repository multiple times a day. Each integration is… Read more »

Creativity Is One of the Most Important Elements of Testing Game Software

Generally speaking, software testing is never really considered a static and strict discipline. Quality assurance engineers are encouraged to think outside the typical user flow in order to identify issues. In the world of game software quality assurance, this is doubly true. Typically, game software will have a lot of moving parts to it –… Read more »

Microsoft Edge Preview

We’ve been spending some time looking at the developer preview of Edge 76, based on the Chromium engine. While the new Edge doesn’t have a release date yet, it will supplant the current version of the browser at some point in the likely near future. Based on what we are seeing, the Edge preview is… Read more »