The Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) afternoon at the JAX Conference
focuses on the areas of software development that are critical to the success of
any application's creation.
From requirement and defect management, source code
management, build management, continuous integration, testing, and development
tooling, this track focuses on the the nuts and bolts of software technology
Over the past 3-5 years, the perception of ALM as a bloated,
heavyweight, unwieldy and unfriendly monolithic technology stack is slowly
lifting as ALM is going through significant amounts of change. Agile, the
cloud, and open source have gone from catchy buzzwords to mainstream
considerations that are driving these changes.
This track will focus on these
trends and what these changes to ALM mean to development organizations.
Full session details to be published soon.......
There are 50 free tickets available for the ALM Afternoon at JAXconf, with tickets allocated on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, contact Mark Hazell email@example.com
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