Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an open community that builds standards to solve a tough problem: how to integrate the specialized software used by different software and systems development practitioners so that teams and their tools can work better together.
Tasktop Sr. Director of Business Development, Wesley Coelho, recently published an article on DZone, in which he points out common inefficiencies created by lack of tool integration and offers insight into the OSLC survey results.
He reminds us that there is no place for carrier pigeon communication in today’s world of short development cycles and continuous delivery and points out the similarities in the challenges that respondent organizations face.
Interested in how we can stop the insanity of carrier pigeon communication across teams and tools? Read the full article, “OSLC Survey Provides Insights into Needs for Software Integration Standards” on DZone.