Tasktop is a client of ours, making the move from IDE maker to full-blown application lifecycle management provider. I really like the company’s architecture, because like the web it leaves everything where it is, rather than trying to pull every artefact into one repository of record. Its about pointers to resources. Tasktop’s client IDE already integrates with systems both traditional (HP Quality Center, Rational TeamConcert) and modern/agile (Rally Software, Collabnet, Hudson/Jenkins, Thoughtworks Go). The new product takes that same sync capability to the various server-side environments. I talked to Tasktop founder and CEO Mik Kersten on Friday, and he gave me a demo. Here is the video.
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TaskTop: Bringing Flow to ALM, Shipping Missiles
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