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AADi Summit 2013

by Thomas Murphy  |  November 30, 2013  |  Submit a Comment

As much as I dislike Las Vegas, I am excited for the Gartner’s annual Dev conference and look forward to meeting with our clients. I am going to be trying out some new data collection techniques and will also spin up a new survey on testing tool use. This will include in session polling using [...]

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AADI 2011

by Thomas Murphy  |  November 30, 2011  |  Submit a Comment

Gartner’s Application Architecture, Development and Integration Summit conference began yesterday (http://bit.ly/rAazgw) with over 1000 attendees and an agenda full of great presentations.  This year there Cloud Computing is a major theme and I will be presenting along with Jim Duggan today on the affect that Cloud is having on AD and ALM.  We will talk [...]

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Agile Gains Strong Presence and Delivers Returns

by Thomas Murphy  |  August 2, 2010  |  3 Comments

Agile project methods are continuing to become a standard with many organization (though “Agile” itself doesn’t denote a standard method) and the results are generally positive. As we work on the update to the Integrated Quality Suites MQ, data is matching what I see on client calls. Agile is still often loosely defined in many [...]

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The Small Grow – But HP Continues to Dominate

by Thomas Murphy  |  July 12, 2010  |  1 Comment

As we work through the data for the Magic Quadrant for Integrated Quality Suites 2010, it is apparent that the new to market innovators took advantage of technology shifts and a tough economy to grow their businesses while larger, longer in business companies had relatively flat to negative years.  iTKO had by far the most [...]

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Updating the MQ for Integrated Software Quality Suites

by Thomas Murphy  |  March 9, 2010  |  3 Comments

In the 8 months since this MQ launched, a market that on one hand would seem pretty stable (it certainly has been for years in its dominant provider) a good deal has changed.  Borland has been acquired, new tools have come to market both in open source and traditional channels and the continued emergence of [...]

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