I’m sure, you‘ve heard about ALM. But are you sure you’re updated with the latest enterprise tools, best practices and new tendencies?
ALM tools have matured substantially. If you want to benefit from a rich set of good processes and success stories from large companies, you should attend ALM Connect. This event is being co-located with the EclipseCon, at Boston from 25 to 28 March.
Here is just a selection of some topics that will be discuss at ALM Connect:
- About new ALM tendencies: Moving towards ALM 3.0
- About famous tools for developers: Git tips and Gerrit code review
- About development automation and inspection:Adoption of Hudson and Continuous Inspection with Sonar
- About Agile methods: Scrum, the good, the bad and the ugly, Adopting Agile Methods and Open Source Tools in a Large Enterprise
Among all the topics, one is a customer case study about Agile methods & Open Source ALM. Manuel Vacelet, CTO in Tuleap Open ALM team, and Domenic Alessi from Ericsson, will give a show about "Adopting Agile Methods and Open Source Tools in a Large Enterprise "
Attending this conference will learn how Tuleap helps companies structure their way of working without settle down processes or tools in marble. With Tuleap, you propose a way of working to ease projects' bootstrap and then your teams can embrace them, modify them and spread them around.
See you there!Edited by: Cameron McKenzie on Jun 17, 2013 6:47 AM