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The Software Quality Assurance Zone is a aggregator for RSS feeds concerning software testing (unit testing, functional testing, regression testing, load testing), code review and inspection, bug and defect tracking, continuous integration. If you or your company has a blog on software quality don't hesitate to use the site contact form to ask for inclusion in the web site.

http://www.sqaplanet.com/
11 years ago
SoftDevTools.com is a unique directory of software development tool where you can be informed on both commercial and open source solutions for your software development needs. It covers all software development activities: programming (java, .net, php, ruby, etc), testing, configuration management, databases, project management, etc. Tools can be classified using multiple criteria: licensing, running platforms and functionalities, etc. With 10′000 monthly visitors, SoftDevTools.com is proud to have registered its 1000 tool and looking forward to reaching the 2000 milestone.

If you are the editor of a commercial software development tool or contributing to an open source project, go to http://www.softdevtools.com/ to register your tool.
11 years ago
A recent poll examined how organizations perform unit testing. Despite the fact that the number of TDD adopters has grown nicely since the previous similar survey, unit testing is still widely conducted in a informal manner, when it is not simply ignored by developers.

http://www.methodsandtools.com/dynpoll/oldpoll.php?UnitTest2
11 years ago
The Software Development Jobs platform is a free board for both job seekers and employers focused on software development, testing and project management. Wether you are a java, .NET, PHP, C++ or mainframe programmer, work in software QA or are a project manager, 70 jobs are waiting for you in the USA, Canada, Belgium, Spain, The Netherlands, India or Switzerland. This board is also an excellent way for recruiters in the software development area to reach an audience of 50′000 web sites visitors.

http://www.softdevjobs.com/recent
11 years ago
Methods & Tools is a free e-newsletter for software developers, testers and project managers. Fall 2008 issue's content:

* Controlling Project Risk by Design
* How to Choose Candidates for Large Agile Companies
* Outsourcing Software Testing
* Managing Scrum Meetings

35 pages of software development knowledge that you can download from
http://www.methodsandtools.com/mt/download.php?fall08
11 years ago
SoftDevLinks.com is a new general directory for software developers, testers and managers. Launched in June, it has achieved in September more than 500 links. If you have a blog, a web site, distribute a tool or work a consulting company related to software development, do not hesitate to add (for free) your links in this directory.

http://www.softdevlinks.com/
11 years ago
Open source development tools like MySQL, Eclipse, PHP or JBoss are now adopted by many software development organizations. A recent examined how the quality of open source tools is perceived against their commercial competitors. A similar poll was conducted twice in the past and it is interesting to compare the results.

Open source versus commercial tools quality
Same quality: 31%
There is no easy answer to this question: 25%
Superior in quality: 21%
Inferior in quality: 12%
I do not use open source tools: 6%
I do not use commercial tools: 3%

Participants: 913

Source: Methods & Tools (http://www.methodsandtools.com/)

The results have not changed significantly compared to the previous polls. Even if the number of participants thinking that quality is similar has decreased slightly, a majority still judges that open source software development tools is as good or better than commercial products.
11 years ago
Methods & Tools is a free e-newsletter for software developers, testers and project managers. Summer 2008 issue's content:
* UML versus Domain-Specific Languages
* We Increment to Adapt, We Iterate to Improve
* Building Products with Acceptance TDD
* Getting and Keeping Control over your Project

60 pages of software development knowledge.

To download or read this issue go to http://www.methodsandtools.com/
11 years ago
SoftDevLinks.com is a new general directory for software developers, testers and managers. If you have a blog, a web site, distribute a tool or work a consulting company related to software development, do not hesitate to add a (free) link in this directory.

http://www.softdevlinks.com/
11 years ago
The Software Development Article Directory has now more than 1000 articles in its database. This directory references knowledge-providing articles related to all software development activities (programming - with many java material, testing, configuration management, process and project management) selected from the best sources on the web.

http://www.softdevarticles.com/
12 years ago
Methods & Tools is a free e-newsletter for software developers, testers and project managers. Spring 2008 issue's content:
* OpenUP
* How Quality is Assured by Evolutionary Method
* Creating an Agile environment
* Real Reuse for Requirements

60 pages of software development knowledge.

To download or read this issue go to http://www.methodsandtools.com/
12 years ago
More than 750 tools have been registered in our Software Development Tool directory. If you are looking for a specific tool to develop software, do not hesitate to visit it to get some direction. If you are developing a tool, both commercial and open source, useful for software developers, register it for free on the web site.

http://www.softdevtools.com/index.php
12 years ago
Methods & Tools is a free e-newsletter for software developers, testers and project managers. Winter 2007 issue's content:
* Requirements for Outsourcing
* Four Ways to a Practical Code Reviews
* Exploratory Testing

30 pages of software development knowledge.

To download or read this issue go to http://www.methodsandtools.com/
12 years ago
Software development jobs for programmers (java, .net, c/c++, cobol, php, ruby, xml, javascript), software and business analysts (UML), user interface specialists (ajax, flash, silverlight), project managers (RUP, agile approaches), database administration (oracle, sql server, db2, mysql), software configuration management and system administration.

Get additional visibility as your postings will be reproduced in Methods & Tools issues and will reach a worldwide community of more than 50'000 software development professionals. Distribution: Asia 37%, North America 27%, Europe 23%, South America 8%, Africa 3%, Australia 2%.

http://www.softdevjobs.com/
12 years ago
In addition of the good references already provided, you will find another list of UML tools (with many open source projects) here:
http://www.softdevtools.com/modules/weblinks/viewcat.php?cid=54

Good luck

Frank