dparker

About dparker

Vice President and General Manager of Asia Pacific at CollabNet, Inc. and 20-year veteran is the software industry, with experience in sales, sales management, marketing and product management. Extensive experience in establishing and managing geographically distributed, international sales teams.

Strides in Federated ALM-Mahindra Satyam and TeamForge 7.0 to the Rescue

TeamForge 7

The software development community has struggled over the years with the debate between best-in-class tools versus integrated all-in-one suites. Evidence is showing that at least at this point in time, a hybrid seems to be winning out. That hybrid approach allows organizations (or teams within those organizations) to choose best in class point tools, while running those tools on a common framework that delivers some or all of the benefits of an integrated suite. Two things need to be considered: The underlying software development framework must embrace multiple tools, multiple methodologies, and be ready to support geographically distributed teams. Artifacts …

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Agile India 2013 –Enterprise Agile Transformation Meets Agile Practices

Agile India 2013

Agile India 2013 took place on February 27 through March 2 in the IT hotspot of Bangalore, India. I attended both as a conference delegate and as a corporate sponsor, as CollabNet was one of the corporate sponsors of the event. There was a lot to like in this conference – it was well organized, there were great speakers, and I saw an engaged audience. The organizers split the conference into two sections – the first two days were focused on management aspects of Agile (“Management Agility”), and the second two days were focused on more technical aspects (“Technical Agility”). …

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Software Development Trends and Tools in Asia

cloud cluster

Three key trends are having a profound impact on the global software development industry today- Agile software development, the emergence of DevOps, and Cloud-based development infrastructures. Legacy vendors have struggled to keep pace with these trends, giving rise to a new generation of paradigms and technologies. In the summer of 2012, CollabNet applied its strengths in open source, distributed development, social collaboration and hosted developer communities to address those drivers, resulting in a ground-breaking framework known as Enterprise Cloud Development. The results have been positive, as enterprises have been quick to accept the logic behind the framework, and the tools …

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