Too often, current application lifecycle management (ALM) practices are cumbersome to the point that they slow down the development process. The tremendous number of variables in the ALM process makes software development work resource intensive and difficult to manage. How can we make this better?
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From time to time a user will ask us, “Who’s your competition?” Occasionally, a supposed competitor will spend their efforts comparing our product to theirs, and they’ll even throw money at Google to promote how they’re better. Read the rest of this entry »