The analysts agree, uDeploy and its competitors are “Application Release Automation” tools. We used the same term on our website. Unfortunately, “Application Release Automation” is a bad description for this class of tools.
Canonical announced today that Ubuntu is headed for smartphones, touting the full capability of a Linux PC in a gesture-based mobile version of the OS. If you think you'll use it, what kind of projects do you have in mind?
I’ve developed my own simple estimation tool which takes a more simplified view of the more complex tools I’ve used in the past. To understand how to leverage this utility, I need to explain the concepts which underpin the numbers.
We were building an internal application for an insurance company and didn’t have any idea how difficult it was going to be to put something into production so we decided to find out on the first day of the project.
I’ve been playing around with writing some algorithms in both Ruby and Haskell and the latter wasn’t giving the correct result so I wanted to output an intermediate state of the two programs and compare them.
We include a built in package repository, CodeStation, with AnthillPro, uBuild and uDeploy. They also integrate with third party repos. We place much emphasis on this capability because it is critical for safety, governance and audit.