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business-dev and code-dev tool is needed.

 
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Experts,

I wonder if there's any software (preferable light and easy to install) in which facilitates the development of the project from both perspective of code-development and business-development.

By that I mean, to integrate the clients feedback/request/revision and the actual code. Something with a Calender and Tasks that shows what has been done and what tasks are still open/inProgress

* I tried TRAC but the configuration and installation were a nightmare.
* there's a buzz word about mylyn - wonder if this will be a good solution.
* I'm using eclipse as my primary IDE and subversion as my SVN

Thanks for any pointers
Peter
 
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Check JIRA: http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/
 
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For the connection between business requirements and code, I think an Acceptance Testing tool such as Fit/FitNesse is optimal.

For scheduling/project management, I prefer index cards with a collocated customer. For a non-collocated customer base, FogBugz looks very interesting (http://www.fogcreek.com/FogBugz/), as does Mingle (http://studios.thoughtworks.com/mingle-project-intelligence).
 
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