Should you be beta testing *before* putting the product on the market?
Originally posted by Pradeep Chopra:
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Originally posted by Keristufer Blaze:
I purchased several exams from you guys. After installing them, I had to format my computer and reinstall the operating system.
Originally posted by bparanj:
I am the author of the Object-Oriented Analysis and Design exam simulator sold by Whizlabs at a exorbitant price.
Bob Runstein: ...I discovered that the content was not properly imported into their exam engine. Problems included omitted periods (full stops) from many sentences...
Bob Runstein: ...have been avoided had Whizlabs been more specific about the format in which they were to receive the content ...
Certainly, if you own an exam engine, create the content, and are willing to do the marketing, distribution and support yourself, you get to keep 100% of the sales price, but you also get to pay 100% of the expenses, not to mention the cost of your time.
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