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News : 5 Tips for Getting Testing Done in the Scrum Sprint in Methods & Tools
on 2012/10/8 0:54:33 (2231 reads)

Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Fall 2012 issue with the following articles:
* Getting Testing Done in the Sprint – 5 Method and Tool Tips
* Testing Performance of Mobile Apps – Part 1: How Fast Can Angry Birds Run?
* Test-driven Test Code Development – Unit testing Page Objects
* eFitNesse: A Java Testing Framework for Embedded OSGi Programming
* Flyway – Database Migration Framework for Java
* Findbugs – Static Code Analysis of Java
* PESTT – PESTT Educational Software Testing Tool
* Open Twebst – Web Automation for Internet Explorer


60 pages of software development knowledge that you can download from http://www.methodsandtools.com/mt/download.php?fall12

News : Atlassian GreenHopper 5.10 Released
on 2012/6/5 23:49:41 (1027 reads)

GreenHopper 5.10 introduces of a brand new user experience for teams managing Agile projects. Our team went back to square one and reinvented GreenHopper to provide the best planning, executing and reporting tool for Scrum and Kanban teams.

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News : Agile 2012 Conference Program Announced
on 2012/5/9 3:54:39 (891 reads)

PORTLAND, Ore., May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Agile Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the advancement of Agile software development principles and practices, today announced its full conference program for Agile2012. The finalized schedule is available for review at (http://agile2012.agilealliance.org/program/schedule/). Agile2012, the world's largest conference for Agile teams, developers, managers and executives, will take place Aug. 13-17 in Grapevine (Dallas area), Texas (www.agile2012.com).

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News : Agile Requirements and Architecture in Spring 2012 issue of Methods & Tools
on 2012/3/26 4:06:03 (908 reads)

Methods & Tools - the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers - has just published its Spring 2012 issue with the following articles:
* The Most Popular Collaborative Models
* Automated Testing of ASP.NET MVC Applications
* The Risk-Driven Model of Software Architecture
* MVP Foundations for Your GWT Application
* TestNG - Software Testing for Java
* SBT Scala Build Tool
* CUBRID – Open Source RDBMS Highly Optimized for the Web
* Guaraná - Enterprise Application DSL and SDK

60 pages of software development knowledge that you can download from http://www.methodsandtools.com/mt/download.php?spring12

News : New Release for iceScrum
on 2011/12/26 8:04:43 (881 reads)

iceScrum is and open source tool designed for Scrum, the most popular agile method. For the last 5 years it has grown around the Scrum pillars: Backlog, Sprint, ScrumMaster and Product Owner and helps teams with the ceremonies.
The tool includes practices coming from Kanban, like the Work In Process (WIP) limit for urgent tasks, as well as the creation of cumulative flow diagrams.

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News : Michigan State University Research
on 2011/12/14 6:48:13 (820 reads)

Michigan State University would like you to invite you to participate in one of the largest and broadest research studies performed to date on the impacts of agile methodology on project success. While previous studies have focused on particular agile methodologies, or narrow definitions of success, this study seeks to be the first to provide empirical evidence as to the broad impacts of agile development on project success. This study will assist us to understand under which conditions different agile practices, enabling technologies, and management controls is most impactful, and how the various parts of "being agile" interact to be more than the sum of their parts.

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News : Agile XXL: Scaling Agile for Project Teams
on 2011/5/2 5:31:09 (939 reads)

This new eBook from Seapine covers how to scale Agile project teams, specifically addressing both team size and team distribution. You may face three types of challenges when scaling Agile project teams: people challenges, process challenges, and tool challenges. This eBook takes a deeper look at these challenges and examines how to address each one



News : An Easy Introduction to Agile Software Development
on 2011/4/7 3:43:02 (1013 reads)

Seapine has released an free ebook "Exploring Agile" that gives an  easy introduction to the elements of Agile methods from product backlogs and user stories to sprint reviews and retrospectives.

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News : Agile Project Management in the Spring 2011 issue of Methods & Tools
on 2011/3/21 9:03:56 (1473 reads)

Methods & Tools - the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers - has just published its Spring 2011 issue with the following articles:
* Automated Acceptance Tests and Requirements Traceability
* Managing Schedule Flaws using Agile Methods
* User-Centric Design and the Power of Personas
* Complexity Theory for Software Developers
* Build Patterns to Boost your Continuous Integration
* GivWenZen – Behavior Driven Development for FitNesse
* Celoxis - Web Based Project Management
* Tellurium Automated Testing Framework
* Apache CXF
* RSpec Best Practices
* Maven Plugins

80 pages of software development knowledge that you can download from http://www.methodsandtools.com/mt/download.php?spring11

News : Hudson will become Jenkins
on 2011/1/12 0:41:33 (1553 reads)

The core team of the Hudson continuous integration open source tool has decided to set up a new infrastructure to become independent from Oracle. Oracle has a trademark applications filed for the "Hudson" brand, so the team decided to use a new name which should be "Jenkins". Negociations are still continuing with Oracle and it remains to be determined if Oracle will continue to collaborate with the core team or will develop Hudson on its own. This will determine if the project will just be renamed or will needed to be forked to completly cut the links with Oracle's Hudson.


You can read the detail of this situation on the Hudson Labs blog: http://www.hudson-labs.org/content/hudsons-future


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