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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Assessment

Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Assessment

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The Application Lifecycle (sic) Management Assessment is now live. Before you can improve anything, you have to know what your baseline is; otherwise, how do you measure the improvement, or even identify what to improve? Perhaps people in your organization have different opinions about the current state of your development capabilities. The ALM Assessment can help you establish a shared understanding of your current situation and identify those areas that need attention first.

[T]o improve your development capabilities, you must first understand where you are today, then determine where you want to go; only then can you develop a solution roadmap. The ALM Assessment addresses the first point by providing you with a comprehensive ‘snap-shot’ of your development organization today.

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Pet peeves...it's life cycle (n), or life-cycle (adj), and "In order" are the two most worthless words with which to start a sentence.

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  • Links is not working... Cheers Harry

    Rob says: Perhaps it was a replication issue? I'm able to access the site from my PC at home, which isn't on the Microsoft corporate network or anything special.
  • I'm getting "We're sorry, we were unable to service your request"

    Rob says: I can't get it not to work, and that's from my home PC and my machines at work. Where are you located? Which browser are you using? I've tried it with Internet Explorer, and I've tried it with Firefox, and it works fine.
  • Rob Caron on Team System Basics Training (200-Level), March 2007 Release and Application Lifecycle Management...

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