Started in 1993, Methods & Tools is a free software development magazine on Project Management, Software Testing, Agile, Scrum, Lean, Kanban, Requirements (User Stories, UML, Business Analysis), Programming, Databases, User Experience (UX) Open Source Tools, Software Process Improvement, Software Architecture, Peopleware and Mobile software development.
Software Testing Magazine is a web site dedicated to present articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools, news and videos and other resources about unit testing, integration testing, functional or acceptance testing, load or performance testing in software development projects. We will also present content linked to software quality assurance and new approaches like Behavior Driven Development (BDD) or Test Driven Development (TDD).
TestingTV.com is a directory of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on all software testing and software quality assurance related activities: unit testing, functional testing, integration testing, acceptance testing, performance & load testing, code analysis, test driven development (TDD), behavior-driven development (BDD), continuous integration, continuous delivery, DevOps, etc.
Scrum Expert is a web site dedicated to present articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools, videos, news and other resources about Agile software development and project management with the Scrum approach. We also discuss related approaches like Lean, Kanban or XP (eXtreme Programming).
OpenSourceScrum.com presents a list of free and open source Scrum tools and solutions for Agile project management: sprints and releases planning, velocity, product backlog, user stories management, sprint tracking with burndown or burnup charts, planning poker, retrospectives, product owners, scummaster.
Java-TV.com (Java Tutorials and Videos) is a directory of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on software development activities with the Java™ programming language and the technologies that are associated to Java like Eclipse, NetBeans, Groovy, Grails, Spring, GlassFish, JBoss, Hibernate, JUnit, Struts, JavaServer Faces, JavaFX, Maven, Gradle, Jenkins, Hudson, Tomcat, Seam, FindBugs, Sonar, etc.
This web site presents a list of free and open source project management software tools that can be used for software development projects. Project management tools are often specialized according to a specific project management approach: traditional (Waterfall), Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, etc.
UMLZone.com is dedicated to present industry news, articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools presentations, videos and other resources about the Unified Modeling Language (UML), software architecture, data modeling and other software modeling techniques.