VisionMobile has created an interactive map of more than 500 tools covering all aspects of enterprise software development: integration, development, testing, deployment, measuring, and marketing&monetization. The map provides a few descriptive paragraphs outlining the strengths of each tool, the idea being to offer developers a quick guide for choosing the right tool for the job.
How can you combine Scrum with a project constrained by a fixed price and completion date? Tim van Baarsen discusses his experience of completing a fixed-everything tender through continuing to work with Scrum behind the scenes.
Niek Bartholomeus recently finishing composing a four post DevOps focused blog series about leading the implementation of configuration management and release management in a traditional enterprise. Niek covers the theory of DevOps, then an analysis of the problems with software delivery within a traditional enterprise, and finally the application of specific DevOps practices.
Part 2 of Infoq’s exclusive virtual interview with Anypresence cofounder Richard Mendis. The CMO weighs in on Facebook’s acquisition of competitor Parse and provides intel on the pricing structure of Anypresence.
Anypresence co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer Richard Mendis claims that their method of MBaaS delivery and execution "is completely unique in the market." Infoq’s exclusive interview with Anypresence co-founder Richard Mendis.
WSO2 Developer Studio 3.0 and 3.1 improve ESB and Registry Resource Editor tools, has better performance, uses Eclipse Juno SR2, and supports JAX-RS REST code generation.
The Eclipse Foundation has announced LocationTech - a new initiative meant to help enterprises build location aware systems.
According to a recent Appcelerator survey, enterprise have built few mobile applications so far, but they intend to build more this year considering 2013 as the year when the number of mobile apps created will surpass those for the desktop. The report includes other details on the enterprise mobile space.
Enterprise software startups use a minimum viable product (MVP) to learn about customers with limited effort and money. How can organizations deploy lean startup principles to develop a viable product for their stakeholders?
All of the ducks are in the proverbial row for the much ballyhooed debut of Research In Motion’s Blackberry 10 (BB10). The all new OS is slated for release on January 30, 2013. InfoQ scrutinizes the salient facts and more to gain the most in-depth perspective on the new release from the venerable developer.
Microsoft has announced a set of new features for the upcoming Windows Phone 8: same code base with Windows 8, multicore support, secure boot, device encryption, remote managing and others. There will be one OS on all devices.
x[cube] Labs has created an infographic that shows current developments and major trends in enterprise mobility including devices, platforms and application choices.
On 18th January, wikipedia.or among other estimated 10,000 web sites stopped their service in order to protest against the US legislation planning to endorse SOPA and PIPA. Software engineers might think, that they are not affected by the legislation, especially if they are outside the U.S., but considering Big Data, Cloud Computing and other trends this could be a rather naive perspective.
Mozilla will create a separate Firefox release for enterprises, but it will come with less security and stability fixes. Organizations interested in such a version are invited to participate in alpha and beta testing.
Gartner predicts a consumer social network investment bubble burst in 2013, and over half of top Global 1,000 companies will store client’s sensitive data in clouds by 2016.