Announcing the Tasktop July 2016 Release and what it means to support Enterprise Agile

As predictable as the arrival of the end of July, so too is the predictability of Tasktop’s quarterly release train. Every three months, we release our entire product line, adding additional endpoints, adding support for the new version releases for endpoints we already support and enhancing our products with features that streamline and automate SDLC …

OSLC Survey Provides Insights into Needs for Software Integration Standards

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an open community that builds standards to solve a tough problem: how to integrate the specialized software used by different software and systems development practitioners so that teams and their tools can work better together. Tasktop Sr. Director of Business Development, Wesley Coelho, recently published an article on DZone, in which …

German Auto Industry Trimming Development Time with Lean ALM

If you agree that Germany epitomizes automotive manufacturing excellence, then you may be interested to know that improving software development processes has become a major theme for leading German auto manufacturers. In her 2014 CeBIT speech, Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke about the need to embrace the challenge of becoming a leader in software development to stay …

SDLC Tool Integration Requires Domain Understanding

In Nicole Bryan’s latest blog published on Sys-Con Media she asks her readers to, “Consider the following integration scenarios: Moving medical records between EMR systems; financial information between banking systems; HR information between ERP systems; and software development information between SDLC tools.” She explains that at first glance the approaches required for these integrations may …

Tasktop Gateway and Code Review

Wouldn’t it be great if you could enable visibility across your entire lifecycle management tools and code review systems in your development environment? Wouldn’t it be useful to be able to trace a user story in JIRA back to the code reviews in Gerrit that are associated with it? This can be easily achieved using Tasktop …