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I'm leading agile teams building a next generation Government-as-a-platform. We are working on improving the user experience for data discovery and visualization, and also providing APIs for others to build awesome things. We craft our software using Scrum with XP practices (TDD, ATDD, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery) with some Lean thrown in for good measure. Our tools include Spring, Ruby on Rails, Cucumber, and fun!

Specialties: Software craftsmanship; Lean, emergent architecture; Domain-Driven Design; Agile development; XP Practices including TDD, BDD, ATDD, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery; innovative solutions to thorny technical problems.


Apr
11
comment Mantis or RedMine
The best way to install Ruby is RVM. It will automatically detect what libraries you need to install (and optionally install them for you).
Apr
10
answered Mantis or RedMine
Apr
10
awarded  Supporter
Apr
10
comment Test Result Management and Reporting tool
+1 This is the only solution that does exactly what the OP wants, and is DESIGNED to do what the OP wants with very little extraneous functionality.