Rejoice product owners – the days of dual entry for your roadmaps are gone! No longer will you need to remember to update the roadmap when the ‘real’ plan changes. No longer will you be called out in meetings when your roadmap is out of date. No longer will stakeholders silently wonder if what they are seeing is current and you erode confidence. We’ve heard about the pains you’ve shared with us and have responded.
One of the biggest buzzwords in the industry lately is DevOps. We all know by now what DevOps is intended to offer, and most organizations are looking for at least some subset of the promise of a continuous delivery flow and the power of “pulling ops into the room”. But can we really do that if our own job of becoming “more agile” is still incomplete?
Many people have commented on the statement that Kent Beck made in Snowbird around his purpose for the meeting. I wasn’t there of course, so I am most likely paraphrasing, but the generally accepted representation was that he wanted to “heal the rift between development and the business”. As I was attending the first of the conference season events, Mile High Agile, I started to wonder how well that has worked. I’m not thrilled with what my conclusions currently are. I’m hoping someone can show me where I’m wrong. First, some history. This might seem a little self-indulgent, but I promise […]
With the introduction of ALM Connect™, VersionOne is providing a one stop shop for the integration needs of larger organizations. With previous integration options, you would have to manage multiple integration installations. With ALM Connect, you can manage all your integrations from a single platform, and there are several other features that make ALM Connect an integration powerhouse. With previous integrations it didn’t take long before a customer would ask “well this is great and all but can we have other fields?” The answer is yes, but it would require your team or the services team to write that code. Both of […]
Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 7: Submitting Data) In this part of the series, we’re going to discuss how to submit data against the VersionOne API, with particular focus on doing so with the rest-1.v1/Data endpoint.