Next-Gen Tools to Accelerate Individual and Team Performance
The December 2020 tech talk was presented by David Tuma
Last year, members of the Software Excellence Alliance analyzed currently available project management tools, and surveyed teams and community members to assess their most urgent unmet needs. From this we identified several opportunities to deliver extreme value through targeted tool enhancements.
In 2020, we’ve been hard at work on that roadmap. We’ve completed several exciting new tools and enhancements that include:
- New high-maturity tool support for individuals and teams
- New integrations with mainstream agile tools
- Open source tools that are available free of cost
In this presentation, we’ll demonstrate these new tool capabilities and show how they can help your teams accelerate speed to value. We’ll also share our vision for 2021 and invite you to help us shape the future of high-maturity agile tools.
About the Presenter
After graduating from MIT in 1994, David Tuma began his software career in the United States Air Force, where he was introduced to the high-maturity agile concepts in the Team Software Process℠. Impressed with TSP’s power and flexibility, he created (and continues to evolve) an open-source toolset called the Process Dashboard, which has been used by tens of thousands of developers worldwide.
David leads the SEA Next-Gen Tools Working Group as they seek opportunities to change the world of software engineering through broader adoption of high-maturity agile techniques.
℠ Personal Software Process, PSP, Team Software Process, and TSP are service marks of Carnegie Mellon University. The Software Excellence Alliance is not affiliated with Carnegie Mellon University.