I recommend Jenkins (formerly Hudson), it is free and plenty of plugins, works with most vas and build tools maven, ant, gradle, grails etc.
I also can recommend Bamboo, very good when you have a large number of projects as it scales nicely but it costs money.
Code Review: FishEye & Crucible - very easy to use
Bug tracking: I have been using Jira for the past couple of years and I really don't like it. I don't know of any alternatives and would love to hear about some. It is over complicated and I have yet to come across customisations that ever seem to work. I prefer cards on the wall/board but you need to bare in mind cards can go missing. Amazing what havoc an over zealous cleaner can do to an iteration.
On 18 Jan 2012, at 16:13, Kim wrote:
We're looking at setting up a nice new development and deployment process and I am evaluating different tools to use in our Agile[ish] environment.
- project management + bug tracking
- code review
all hooked in and integrated together along with a vcs (ideally git or svn). The most obvious solution is the Atlassian set with JIRA w/ Greenhopper, Crucible etc.
Does anyone have any personal recommendations of toolsets that work well together and are nice to use?
I'd appreciate any feedback - even if it's "Don't use XYZ! It's a nightmare!"
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