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  • Vale Agile Collaborator and Leader Jean Tabaka

    The Agile community has lost a thought leader, influencer and friend, Jean Tabaka, who passed away earlier this week. She was best known through her work as an Agile Fellow at CA Technologies (formerly Rally Software) and author of the book "Collaboration Explained: Facilitation Skills for Software Product Leaders".

  • Gartner and Software Advice examine Agile Lifecycle Management Tools

    In February 2015 both Gartner and Software Advice released research and analysis into agile lifecycle management/project management tools. The Gartner Magic Quadrant identifies that the big players have a competitive advantage and the Software Advice study found which aspects of the tools projects managers find most useful.

  • Tasktop Agile Planner for Eclipse Released

    Tasktop has released an Agile planning tool that leverages MyLyn connectors to provide planning support that spans across multiple project management integrations like Mingle, Team Concert, Rally, Scrumworks,JIRA and VersionOne. The Eclipse integration supports automatic linking between plan items and source code artifacts allowing developers to create and manage plans directly from Eclipse.

  • Rally's Agile Project Lifecycle Management Tool 2008.1 Released

    InfoQ got together with Zach Nies, Product Development Manager for Rally software for a product walk through of Rally's latest offering of their Agile Lifecycle Management product, and to talk about where Rally's product in this space is going in the future.

  • New Agile Community Site Launch

    A new site Agile Commons has recently been born, as a result of collaborative work between Rally employees and their customers. It has been launched as an ideas exchange platform funded by Rally & Hivemind, with the aim of becoming the leading resource for Agile minded people, by inviting different types of organisations, Linked In groups to discuss and exchange agile ideas in a single place.

  • Presentation: Implementing Scrum In A Distributed Software Development Organization

    At Agile2007 we heard the tale of a distributed Scrum project with 50 people in 4 continents. BMC Identity Management decided to build their next generation product, including architectural changes and component integration, using Scrum to handle the uncertainty of their product's requirements. This presentation talks about how.