Gamma testing is the third and the final software testing stage before product release to the market. The two others are alpha and beta testing. Gamma checking is usually conducted when all aspects of the application have already been checked.
Performing integration testing, the specialists often apply the big-bang method. All system components or modules are integrated simultaneously, and after this, the whole system is tested as an entity.
Error-guessing in software testing can find number of faults that systematic techniques may be fail to attend. Test cases are derived from experience of where defects have taken place in the past or software tester has acumen as to where defects can take place in the future.
There are three phases of software testing - alpha, beta, and gamma. They are performed one after another, and together ensures a release of high-quality software.
In the most frequently used waterfall process for big software projects, development activities are generally divided into various consecutive steps to form a waterfall, although the overlaps are prevalent among successive pairs of phases.