As the leader of software development teams, you are right to focus on the heart of the project: the source code. After all, this is where the final deliveries are. On the tooling side, a version control system like Git is the usual choice. Yes, Git helps developers work together and collaborate asynchronously. Some development teams stop here. But they can do more to facilitate more effective software team collaboration and produce better quality software.
DevOps is a good way to make your software launches faster, more secure, and successful. Of course, there is no secret tool that will make you and your team DevOps, or even Agile. But there are tools that can dramatically help teams accelerate quality deliveries. In this article, we help you better understand which tools can do what for whom.
Surprises, astonished things, untoward events … in others words, uncertainty, are inherent to any type of project. Even with the best will in the world and the more engaged people, that’s difficult to precisely schedule how long each tasks will take.
Tuleap offers a powerful open source project management tool, for agile or waterfall-oriented projects. From Tuleap 9.17, you can enjoy a burn-up chart in addition to the Burndown. What is this new powerful feature? How to read it like a pro? How to configure it into Tuleap?
In the Tuleap issue tracker tool, computed fields are special fields. They allow to do the sum of all values of a field in artifacts sharing the same field name. For example, we use a computed field to calculate the remaining effort of a release. This post aims to explain how the computed field is working, both on the functional and technical sides.
The Tuleap StackStorm pack allows you to link a Tuleap instance to many external tools, to share data and automate actions between each other.
This post reminds you what is StackStorm and what's a pack. Then, I'll share how we built the Tuleap StackStorm pack and how you can use it, for instance, moving issues from Github to Tuleap.