What’s new in iOS 9: Xcode 7 and Other Developer Tools by Sergio De Simone Posted on Oct 09, 2015
Q&A with Ron Jeffries on The Nature of Software Development. by Ben Linders Posted on Jul 05, 2015
Q&A on Test Driven Development and Code Smells with James Grenning by Ben Linders Posted on Jun 19, 2015
APIs with Swagger : An Interview with Reverb’s Tony Tam by Mike Amundsen Posted on Jun 09, 2015
Importance of Cultural Shift in Continuous Delivery Model by Savita Pahuja Posted on Sep 29, 2015
Twitter Diffy Spots Bugs in Services by Comparing the Responses by Abel Avram Posted on Sep 18, 2015
Managing Health and Quality of Applications with qMap by Ben Linders Posted on Aug 07, 2015
Six Ways of Improving Behaviour-Driven Development by Jan Stenberg Posted on Jul 31, 2015
AWS Device Farm Enables Cloud Testing for Android and Fire OS by Sergio De Simone Posted on Jul 22, 2015
Postman 3.0 Releases New Developer Experience - Q&A with Founder by Jerome Louvel Posted on Jul 09, 2015
Defect Identification & Management Practices in Software Development – Part 2
This research item is the second of two that look at the defect identification and management practices in software development. Almost all software development approaches incorporate processes for tracking, recording, measuring and resolving defects.
Defect Identification & Management Practices in Software Development - Part1
This research item is one of two that look at the defect identification and management practices in software development.
Top Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Toolsets
In the recent past there has been a sudden upsurge in the number of competing ALM offerings from vendors that previously offered a subset of the toolset.With this survey, we would like to measure the ability to execute and the completeness of vision of each of these competing toolsets.
What are the most widely used .NET practices and tools?
This InfoQ Research item examines the adoption level of a range of practices and tools that aim to assist .NET developers in these practices.
Note that we have focussed only on these practices - there are other tools such as reflectors, productivity tools, frameworks etc. which we are not covering in this research.