The last Methods & Tools asked the following question: “Which format is used to express requirements in your organization?” Free text 36% User Stories 23% UML Use Cases 20% Other format 7% Requirements are not formalized 14% Participants: 325 Ending date: April 2011 Source: Methods & Tools Requirements Survey The positive result is that 86% […]
Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Winter 2010 issue with the following articles: * Non-Functional Requirements: Do User Stories Really Help? * Software Testing Dojos * Process improvement, The Agile Way! * Tool: Apache ServiceMix * Tool: Apache Camel * Tool: ArgoUML […]
In 1997, the Object Management Group (OMG) made the UML a standard modelling language for object-oriented applications. Has the Agile adoption changed the way organizations use UML?
Created in 2007, the Software Development Tools Directory has now more than 1500 references. It is one of the rare web sites where you can see on the same location both commercial and open source software development tools. Tools are categorized by programming language, license, operating system or software development function (software testing, project management, […]
Methods & Tools Fall 2009 issue has just been published with the following articles: * Mature Scrum at Systematic: mixing CMMI and Scrum in the same company * Implementing Automated Software Testing: metrics that help manage the transition to software testing automation * The Spring Framework: an introduction to this java framework, aspect oriented programming […]