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OpusView from IdeasCast

OpusView is a project management, productivity, collaboration and social toolkit, promoting “Project Social”, for general “wellness” in the workplace.
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Low-Code/No-Code Development

Low-code and no-code development are hot. What are they, why are they popular, and why should you care?
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Test Design Automation

What is Test Design Automation, how does it work, and why should you care about it?
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Testplant Eggplant AI

This paper is a discussion and technical evaluation of Eggplant AI and related products in the Testplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite.
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Conformiq Creator and Conformiq Transformer

This a technical evaluation of Conformiq’s products for Test Design Automation.
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CA Agile Requirements Designer

This paper represents a technical evaluation of CA Agile Requirements Designer.
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Optimising HPE ALM with CA Agile Requirements Designer

CA Agile Requirements Designer brings significant additional capabilities to HPE ALM environments.
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Uniface for High Productivity Mobile Development

The prime use case for Mobile Development in Uniface is the addition of a mobile channel to existing Enterprise applications.
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Perforce embraces OSS – in part

Perforce has given some of its IP to the OSS community
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InterSystems Ensemble

InterSystems Ensemble is not quite like any other product in the market ...
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Configuration management and Trust

If you don't know what you have, where it is and how it is configured, how can you trust any of its outcomes?
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OutSystems Platform

OutSystems Platform has grown out of experience with providing on-premises and private cloud solutions and targets professional developers.
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OutSystems Platform and Force.com - different PaaS for different players

Using cloud doesn't necessarily (and shouldn't) mean giving up control of your data and processing.
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12 Years of ITIL

A CMSG survey of ITIL changes up-to-date
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Reducing the risk of development failure - with cost-effective capture and management of requirements

Requirements management has been around for a long time as a systems engineering discipline, but it's suddenly getting interesting again.
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Cloud computing – is it a billing thing?

Actian exploits its ParAccel, Pervasive Software and Versant Corporation acquisition as two new cloud offerings.
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ISV survey

Our ISV survey unearthed some interesting facts about ISVs intentions and requirements.
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Developing an ALM data model for OSLC - Exploiting the data associated with development process for analytics

OSLC, a set of open specifications for integrating different tools, is a very welcome initiative - but is there something missing? Shouldn't there be a data model for ALM behind OSLC?
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Continuous deployment at BCS CMSG 2013

Xebialabs talks about continuous deployment at CMSG 2013.
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The Intel Software Conference 2013 in Chantilly

The conference was all about parallel programming from few to many cores with consistent models, languages, tools, and techniques; and with special emphasis on the Xeon Phi Coprocessor.
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Qualitest acquires TCL and inspires some thoughts on testing

Third party testing consultancies may well have something useful to offer, but there are issues to consider.
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Uniface Modernisation - moving enterprise integration into composite applications without pain

In the current climate, wasting existing resources is not an option and Uniface modernisation allows you to deliver modern web applications that don't compromise the exploitation of web and service orientation models.
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