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Originally published in Queue vol. 13, no. 4
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Mike Kelly | Wed, 29 Apr 2015 17:46:38 UTC

My company evaluates software acquisitions for buyers and investors as part of a technical due diligence process. We have seen a variety of different approaches to software development among the (typically small) startups we look at, and this would qualify as one of the more sophisticated, although some of the tools mentioned (Jenkins, JMeter, Selenium) are ones we regularly encounter. Our experience is that senior CTOs and tech leaders drive these kinds of processes into their teams where, as the authors note, "[h]ow a software development team implements process and handles its application life cycle management can have a huge bearing on the success of the product it is developing." It's great to see such a clear roadmap for doing this well nicely documented.

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