CollabNet VersionOne

  • Q&A with CEO Ashok Reddy and President Derek Langone

    Q&A with CEO Ashok Reddy and President Derek Langone

    CollabNet VersionOne & XebiaLabs have merged to provide a united, end-to-end enterprise DevOps platform. Catch up with the new company’s CEO, Ashok Reddy & President Derek Langone to learn more.

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  • The top 10 that rocked our charts in 2019

    The top 10 that rocked our charts in 2019

    So before we bid 2019 goodbye and start afresh with new goals and targets, let's look at the Top 10 content pieces from the year gone by, that YOU loved and shared the most. Thank you for the love!

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  • Top Agile & DevOps Webinars of 2019

    Top Agile & DevOps Webinars of 2019

    Six webinars on the hot topics of 2019

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  • 2019: A Year the Agile and DevOps Community Will Remember

    2019: A Year the Agile and DevOps Community Will Remember

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  • Agile Project Management

    Agile Project Management

    Agile Project Management Done Right!

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  • What is Scrum Project Management?

    What is Scrum Project Management?

    Understanding Scrum Project Management

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  • DevOps with Windows

    DevOps with Windows

    We're going to try a run at Chocolatey and Boxstarter for some Windows-based machine imaging. Until now, we have been installing test machines by hand and maintaining them over long periods of time.

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  • Dev User Group meetings now on Vimeo

    Dev User Group meetings now on Vimeo

    We've started a Vimeo channel to publish videos of our Developer Users Group meetings. In our most recent meetup, we covered queries with the new structured query endpoint and OAuth2 usage. These me

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 1: Introduction)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 1: Introduction)

    If you’ve spent much time on our Developer Community site, you’ve probably noticed that many of our code samples are geared toward .NET developers as for the most part, VersionOne is a .NET developmen

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  • VersionOne Developer Users Meetup: DevOps Solutions for Automating TFS Installation and Test Data Creation with C#, tfsconfig, and the TFS A

    VersionOne Developer Users Meetup: DevOps Solutions for Automating TFS Installation and Test Data Creation with C#, tfsconfig, and the TFS A

    Hello developers using openAgile APIs, SDKs, and other free and open source tools! Let's meet and share code and questions. The best way to learn and solve problems is to network with other people wh

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 2: Handling Configurations)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 2: Handling Configurations)

    In this part of my series, we’re going to discuss configurations – what they are, why you might need them, and how to write the code to make them part of a VersionOne integration.

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 3: Logging)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 3: Logging)

    In this part of the series, we’re going to discuss how to make logging an integral part of your integrations. Here’s where we are in this series:

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 4: Parsing Data)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 4: Parsing Data)

    In this part of the series, we’re going to discuss how to incorporate data parsing in your integration. Here’s where we are at in this series: Part 1: Introduction

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  • Get familiar with powershell

    Get familiar with powershell

    In the process of building psake-tools I had to get in touch with powershell. Previous to that, my exposure to it was limited. In my first post I wanted to share some of the interesting things I learn

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  • Detecting and loading a non-redistributable dll at run time

    Detecting and loading a non-redistributable dll at run time

    Scenario: We have a solution that depends on different versions of a non-redistributable dll, so until now we have created building rules that we use when we want to build against this dll. We have a

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 5: Using a HTTP Client)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 5: Using a HTTP Client)

    In this part of the series, we’re going to discuss how to use Java libraries to make HTTP requests to the VersionOne API, and how to handle the HTTP respons

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 6: Getting Data)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 6: Getting Data)

    In this Part 6 of my series, we'll discuss how to formulate queries against the VersionOne API, with particular focus on doing so with the query.v1 endpoint, which is an endpoint that accepts a query

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  • 10 Things You Could Do When You're Done Writing Code

    10 Things You Could Do When You're Done Writing Code

    Before you peek into your product owner’s backlog and working on something outside the iteration plan, have a look at this list and consider doing one or more of these things instead:

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  • Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 7: Submitting Data)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 7: Submitting Data)

    Building VersionOne Integrations with Java (Part 7: Submitting Data) In this part of the series, we’re going to discuss how to submit data against the VersionOne API, with particular focus on doing s

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  • Tapster - Part 1: What and Why

    Tapster - Part 1: What and Why

    Find out how VersionOne created Tapster to revolutionize how employees interact with the office kegerator.

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