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New open source Subversion training released

New open source Subversion training released

We’ve just released an updated version of our open source project SubTrain, our highly appreciated SVN training tool for new and advanced Subversion users and admins. In terms of downloads, it gets …

Managing Requirements your way (Part 3)

Managing Requirements your way (Part 3)

Several customers and friends reported to me that they would like to embrace Agile methodologies for their development team. Most of them are, however, concerned about how to Manage Requirements with…

Managing Requirements your way (Part 2)

Managing Requirements your way (Part 2)

In the previous post we defined the requirements lifecycle and we outlined its formats and capture methods. Let’s now take a look at a few of the ways organizations approach requirements management t…

Managing Requirements your way (Part 1)

Managing Requirements your way (Part 1)

Intro
In this Blog series I will try to reveal new ways to improve your requirements process – regardless of your starting point or requirements process. In this post I will define the requirements…

Polarion Launches New Extensions Portal

Polarion Launches New Extensions Portal

We are proud to announce a brand new Polarion Portal – Polarion POP – the place to go for all kinds of extensions to our products. On Polarion POP you can find:

Integrations with other solutions…

Polarion 3.3.2 Maintenance Release Available

Polarion 3.3.2 Maintenance Release Available

Polarion has released an update for all products based on the Polarion ALM Platform. Version 3.3.2 is a maintenance release with bug fixes and various improvements and enhancements (no new features)….

Polarion goes Scrum (part 6)

Polarion goes Scrum (part 6)

by Nick Entin
Sprint Development
During a sprint, the development team continuously integrates all changes, and updated versions of the product are installed on the internal servers daily to prove…

A Little-known Polarion Fact

A Little-known Polarion Fact

by Michael Carey

Many people reading this post will have seen this image before:

The Polarion Software logo, right? But do you know what it represents and why? Here’s a hint:

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Polarion goes Scrum (Part 5)

Polarion goes Scrum (Part 5)

Sprint Meetings
Meetings are possibly the most important assets of Scrum. As described in previous chapters, Scrum allows us to identify problems and help find ways resolve them. Meetings are the e…