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How in the hell someone can do 23 betas?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Rodrigo Farcas, Dec 26, 2012.

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  1. Rodrigo Farcas

    Rodrigo Farcas Active Member

  2. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    Very easily.

    Internally at work, we're at beta 126. That said, our spec is constantly changing.

    I think you're referring to vBulletin. If you are, well, it's a large piece of software. Lots of things [can go] wrong.
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  3. Rodrigo Farcas

    Rodrigo Farcas Active Member

    Internally :)
  4. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    Add a few more once it goes to the end users.
  5. Brandon Sheley

    Brandon Sheley Well-Known Member

  6. BlackJacket

    BlackJacket Well-Known Member

    We have internal and external beta's. Internal beta is further along than an Alpha but not quite there yet for a public beta. Once released publicly, our Beta's are pretty much final product. They are called Beta's for a reason which is why companies usually don't release Alpha's.

    Vbulletin is releasing Alpha versions of their software and calling it Beta. But hey, there aren't really any rules for what constitutes an alpha and beta.
  7. craigiri

    craigiri Well-Known Member

    Just look at the numbering schemes! Obviously those are setup for hundreds, if not thousands, of versions!
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