.NetSpec is a small test extension framework for the Visual Studio Testing Framework. Its main goals are: * Allow users to write tests in an RSpec like syntax more in terms with Behaviour Driven Developement (BDD) * Make tests easier to read * Integrate with TFS team build and Visual Studio test view
Agile-Trac adds the concept of Iterations to Trac which allows a more useful Roadmap view with predicted completion date ranges and relatively sized progress indicators. User stories (and tickets in general) can have one or more completion stages defined for them. These are relatively sized using a sizing scale that you define.
AgileTools is a Bugzilla Extension that provides tools to manage teams and their processes. Currently it supports Scrum process and provides planning and progress tracking tools for teams using the Scrum process. In the future other process models, for example Kanban, could be added.
Botron’s Cycle Control revolutionizes how releases are managed. It is the first Release and Program Management platform for JIRA that gives you full control over the release process, stages, status, progress and milestones, and allows coordination of cross-team tasks and dependencies.
Inspired by JUnit, csUnit brings the power of unit testing to the .NET framework. csUnit is your key to unit testing and test-driven development using .NET languages such as C#, Visual Basic .NET, Visual J#, or Managed C++.
dotConnect for PostgreSQL is an enhanced database connectivity solution built over ADO.NET architecture and a development framework with a number of innovative technologies. dotConnect offers a complete solution for developing database-related applications and web sites. With state of the art ORM solutions such as Entity Framework and LINQ to SQL, it introduces new approaches for designing applications and boosts productivity of database application development.
The Earned Value Add-In has been developed as a tool to help project managers assess and visualize projects using earned value analysis. The Earned Value Add-In is written in VB.Net using Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) and built in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. It is deployed as an Add-In for Microsoft Office Project 2007.