Last week, we attended Atlassian Summit in San Francisco, CA. I could say it was a terrific show, but it went beyond being "just" terrific. A few announcements from the show itself:
Latest release supports nested requirements and simplified user management tools
We're moving synapseRT to its new home: www.synapseRT.com. Since we'll have our own space, we'll be able to do a bit more, which we think you'll like.
Keep an eye our for your invitation to our new home!
Bel Air, MD and San Francisco, CA – June 6, 2011 – Go2Group, a leader in the field of Software Production Line Automation (SPLA), announced today the immediate availability of the latest version of their requirement and traceability plugin for Atlassian JIRA. Go2Group synapseRT provides test, requirement, and traceability within JIRA, without the need to access a third-party application for test management.
“We've seen an urgent need from test and development teams for a simple traceability solution that fits within their current application stack,” said Mike Maheu, Go2Group VP, Technology. “Go2Group synapseRT fills this need, and the latest version builds on the success we've seen from the initial release. With the ability to next requirements, we're confident Go2Group synapseRT is matching up with our user's requests."
Lately, I've been asked more and more about alternative version control systems from teams looking for integration and deploy options in their development process. The two I most often discuss are Git and Mercurial. Here's why.
There is a bit of a natural disruption occurring in today's version control system ecosystem. These are exciting times - new features are being demanded by users and these upstart systems are developing new ways of addressing these needs.