Tuesday, April 22, 2008

ALM - help me help you!

Some of the areas that I've always been interested in - as a consultant, a teacher, a curriculum developer or as a Product Manager - are standards, methodology and development process: From Designer to JDEV, from CDM to Agile, from ClearCase to SVN, from IE to UML and so much more. Now we call that ALM - Application Lifecycle Management - the management of the lifecycle development practices (requirements, build, test, change control, defect mgmt etc) fused together through application of process, reporting, traceability and collaboration.

Here in JDeveloper land we are always looking at ways to improve both our tooling and the developer experience so I've put together a survey to find out what ALM tools you are using today. We're looking into adding better integration with ALM tools and the results of the survey will ensure that we move in the right direction.

So please, take a couple of minutes to complete this quick online survey and help me help you!

2 comments:

Seb said...

Hi Susan,

Great idea !!! Look at the following link http://blogs.atlassian.com/news/2008/04/put_bugs_in_your.html, it could prove useful if you are planning to integrate JDeveloper with Atlassian Jira, Bamboo and Crucible which I'm using at my wprk.

Ciao,
Seb.

araon said...

Very nice - easy to follow, simple, and working. Thanks for the knowledge!
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