The Tasktop and Mylyn community has continued growing at a staggering pace and we’re pleased to announce new integrations for IBM Rational Team Concert. Tasktop’s innovations and leadership have also been recently recognized with several accolades including the Gartner “Cool Vendor”, SD Times 100, and Eclipse Community awards. Read on for more details, news, events, and tips.
Introducing the Rational Team Concert Mylyn Connector
Tasktop’s new Rational Team Concert (RTC) Mylyn Connector brings the benefits of task management to the growing number of developers using RTC. This enables developers to instantly resume their coding session when switching RTC work items, automatically track and update time estimates on user stories, and link between RTC and more than 50 ALM integrations provided by the Mylyn ecosystem. This “Ready for IBM Rational Software” validated connector complements Team Concert’s Eclipse integration by re-organizing the development environment around RTC tasks, such as work items.
Tasktop named a Cool Vendor by Gartner
Tasktop has been named a “Cool Vendor” in Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in Application Development, 2010” report. Gartner’s “Cool Vendor” reports are designed to highlight companies that offer technologies or solutions that are innovative, have business impact, and enable users to do things they couldn’t do before.
Tasktop wins SD Times 100 award
Each year the SD Times 100 recognizes organizations for their innovation and leadership. This year SD Times named Tasktop a winner in the “Tools & Frameworks” category. We’re honored to join VMware/SpringSource and the Eclipse Foundation in receiving this prestigious recognition.
ThoughtWorks Studios Cruise and Twist Connectors
Check out this post on connectors for ThoughtWorks Studios’ Cruise release managment and Twist test automation products. The Cruise Connector allows developers to access and manage their Cruise continuous integration servers from within the Eclipse IDE. The Twist Connector bridges ThoughtWorks Studios’ Twist test automation tool with the Eclipse IDE and the Mingle and Cruise components of the Adaptive ALM product suite. This allows developers to manage Twist scenarios, Cruise builds and Mingle cards without leaving the development environment.