Test Driven and Model Driven Development
- June 26, 2009
Despite success among businesses such as IBM, Agile development is still in its infancy. Adaptation and reorganization practices are making strides in the way of improvement.
- June 05, 2009
IBM this week rolled out new and updated Jazz-based application life-cycle (ALM) tools. Company management said it is still early to tell how much Jazz evolution will resemble the path of its open Eclipse IDE.
- March 18, 2009
Out of all agile practices, many organizations struggle the most with adoption of test-driven development (TDD) -- but that doesn't mean they're giving up on the challenge.
- March 16, 2009
Lazy business execs and analysts are key barriers to wider adoption of agile development, according to Jon Kern, co-author of the Agile Manifesto and a keynote speaker at the Server Side Java Symposium<...
- January 27, 2009
In this case study, Sue McKinney, vice president of IBM's development transformation, explains how and why the IBM Software Group made the transition to agile.
- June 12, 2008
Domain-Specific Languages have been the principal tune coming out of the Visual Studio Team System group at Microsoft for years. But the Unified Modeling Language (UML) may be making a comeback there, at the same time the company forges a new Oslo ...
- March 27, 2008
Although test-driven development (TDD) has a large learning curve, it can lead to simpler and better designed software that delivers business value and has fewer defects.
- March 12, 2008
Software quality should be a constant concern of developers and testers, Robert Martin told his audience at the FutureTest 2008 conference. He explained how to incorporate quality into the SDLC through test-driven development practices.
- March 04, 2008
As continuous integration gains popularity, the notion of continuous performance management also gains credence. Carefully mixing performance testing with continuous builds can lead to shorter development cycles, faster triaging and greater ...
- December 17, 2007
Software testing is still not afforded the respect and attention it deserves. Test-driven development is not for everyone, but it is a step in the right direction.
- December 10, 2007
Despite continued reports of the many benefits of test-driven development, many CTOs and IT managers do not practice TDD, according to a recent survey by Stelligent Inc. They're unwilling to implement it because of the perceived cost and the ...
- August 29, 2007
By doing both prototyping and model-driven development, development groups will meet business needs, deliver projects on time and within budget and prevent project failure.
- July 25, 2007
By doing unit testing, programmers can catch bugs early before they cause significant problems or delays. It's important, however, that programmers feel comfortable testing and not be scared off by extreme testing practices. Alberto Savoia explains ...
- July 23, 2007
The Telelogic Rhapsody/BigLever Gears Bridge solution pulls together all the benefits of model-driven development (MDD) and software product line (SPL) technology to accelerate product development, improve quality, reduce defects and increase ...
- April 26, 2007
Skyway Visual Workspace 5.0, a new graphical system for creating SOA-based applications and Web services, uses an automated, model-driven development (MDD) process to speed up and improve software development.