Mingle + Google Wave: Project Collaboration on Steroids

ThoughtWorks Studios, the leader in Agile ALM solutions, was one of three software firms (along with SAP and Novell) to showcase integrations with Google Wave® at the recent Enterprise 2.0 conference.

Collaboration is vital to the software development process and is at the core of our development philosophy. Mingle’s integration with Google Wave demonstrates how IT productivity can be improved by taking collaboration to a new level. View the demo below:

[Mingle + Google Wave]: Chad Wathington, ThoughtWorks Studios’ VP for Product Development delivered a joint keynote presentation with Google.

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* Please note that the Mingle and Google Wave integration is not available for use at this time. We are working to provide it around the time Google Wave is made publicly available (in 2010)

Capturing structured and unstructured communication

Project collaboration is at its most powerful when structured data (such as task owners and deadlines) is combined with unstructured communication (e.g. instant messages between team members). Mingle®, along with Google Wave is the perfect platform for such collaboration.

The combined collaborative strength of Google Wave and Mingle will allow you to augment, annotate and structure their Wave content. Create new Mingle artifacts by selecting simple text in Wave. View and interact with Mingle card data automatically, and see which waves reference specific cards in Mingle. This rich graphical environment within which to communicate and collaborate within enables you to deliver business-aligned software that leapfrogs traditional methods for software delivery.

What is Google Wave?

Google Wave aims to tear down communication divides by blending the power of email, chat, online conversations and documents into a single, interactive collaboration platform. Currently in beta with more than 100,000 users, it allows people to create a “wave,” that is equal parts conversation and document, where people can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps and more.

What is Mingle?

Mingle, with its ingrained adaptability and usability-rich features has driven teams worldwide to deliver business value as a fundamentally collaborative process. Features such as the newly released Murmursvirtual card walls, integrated Wiki support, change notification, detailed history and comments are rooted in our quest for improving team collaboration.

Mingle for Project Collaboration | Coming in Dec: Mingle 3.0 with “Murmurs” | Google Wave | Read the Press Release

* Please note that the Mingle and Google Wave integration is not available for use at this time. We are working to provide it around the time Google Wave is made publicly available (in 2010)

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