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ALM tools evolve in face of agile processes



Jeff Feinman
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January 15, 2010 —  (Page 7 of 7)
Much like Rally, ThoughtWorks Studios bases its ALM philosophy around agile with its Mingle agile project manager, which has drag-and-drop virtual card walls where team members can write notes to one another, along with wikis and e-mail alerts.

Agile development has set itself deep into the consciousness of development teams all over the world, and many of the company representatives interviewed for this story confidently said that 100% of their customers are at least thinking about adopting agile practices.

“You may not buy into the whole enchilada,” said Electric Cloud's Wallgren. “You might pick and choose some of the practices that make sense for you as an organization or team. But the awareness has definitely spiked in the last couple of years.”




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