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  • difference between alpha Testing and beta testing

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    • Member Since Jul-2008 | Jul 17th, 2008

    If the project or product is developed for multiple customers, acceptance testing will be conducted in two phases called Alpha and Beta testing.

    Alpha:  Acceptance testing conducted by the customer  in the developed environment.

    This testing will be conducted to identify all the potential issues before releasing it(product/project) to the customers.

    Beta: Acceptance testing conducted by the multiple customers in the customer environment.

    Alpha and beta always prefered for the products.

    Correct me if im wrong.


    • Oct 25th, 2017

    Not correct exactly Alpha testing is final Testing befor the S/W is realeased to the general public. It has two phase First Phase Alpha Testing: S/W is tested by developers. They use either debug...


    • Jul 17th, 2014

    Alpha Testing Beta Testing (Field Testing) 1. It is always performed by the developers at the software development site. 1. It is always performed by the customers at their own site. 2. S...

  • what is the difference bw water fall model, prototype model,spiral modal.

    Anjali Gaikwad

    • Aug 7th, 2015

    Waterfall model is step by step process
    Spiral Model is Iterative Process
    Prototype Model is certainly changing Process

    Kundan Kotangale

    • Feb 7th, 2015

    Waterfall model:- 1. It is a linear sequential life cycle model it is also called classical model. it is proposed by Royce so that it is called as Royce model 2. when the requirement of the customer ...

  • Why V-model is called as V-model?


    • Jun 30th, 2017

    V model(Verification and Validation): this model is called "v model" because of its "v shape"...although its a linear sequential has got v shape because of dependencies.. ...


    • Apr 28th, 2017

    The V-model is an SDLC model where execution of processes happens in a sequential manner in a V-shape. It is also known as Verification and Validation model. The V-Model is an extension of the waterf...

  • what are the steps in volved in sanity testing?


    • Sep 10th, 2010

    Sanity testing is similar to smoke testing. In Sanity Testing we will only go a quick test to see whether the application or build is sink with the install enviornment. This testing is to make sure we can start functional testing.  


    • Jul 2nd, 2007

    Sanity test is similar to smoke testing, here we do indepth testing to see whether build is sane or insane for further testing. Here we wont write any test cases.

  • what is the difference between retest and regression testing?


    • Sep 21st, 2011

    Regression testing : The focus of regression testing is on retesting the software to check if new defects are not introduced into the software product after certain defects have been fixed.

    Retesting : It means checking whether the bug is fixed or not