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Go and Mingle - ThoughtWorks Agile and CD Tools

ThoughtWorks loves start-ups. We want to support innovative teams who are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with technology, and there is nowhere where that attitude is more prevalent than in the start-up community. With that in mind, we’re hosting an event at Google Campus on 27th May to demonstrate our products to start-ups and small teams. 

Mingle
getmingle.io 

As ThoughtWorker and Mingle Product Manager, Ethan Teng, mentioned in his recent “Bringing Simple Back” post, Mingle’s super power is its configurability. Mingle is simple to use but at the same time, flexible enough to support any way of working. You can start with a simple Kanban wall, but then change it to fit how your team works later. We never lock you down. This simplicity with flexibility is particularly relevant to the small teams and start-ups, tackling challenging problems daily and frequently changing their approach. And, Mingle is free for teams of up to 5! 

Go
go.cd 

Go CD is ThoughtWorks’ Continuous Delivery tool, based on the concepts described in the seminal book on the subject, Continuous Delivery by Jez Humble and David Farley. Go is free open source software, which makes it easy for start-ups and small teams to get started with the only tool on the market designed around the concept of pipelines at the core. Go supports teams in releasing regularly and with minimal fuss, allowing you to have the shortest possible feedback loops which is vital in a rapidly changing environment. 

Google Campus Event 

ThoughtWorks consultants will share their first-hand accounts of delighting clients with the help of Mingle and Go. Then, with this context, our product expert, Mansi Shah, will take us through a quick tour of Mingle and Go. You can register for the event below. Seating is limited so sign up today! (Food and refreshments will be provided.) http://bit.ly/1ngNri6

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  • Rachel E.

    Hi everyone,

    As part of my MSc in Technology Management with the Open University I'm researching why people are using CD. I’m particularly interested to hear if you have had issues with it, what they are and if you have recommendations to overcome them. If you could take 10 minutes to take a survey I've prepared to help my research I'd really appreciate it please, this is the link: https://www.quicksurveys.com/s/Sj45Hm
    (works best on Chrome).

    Later on I'll be doing some in depth interviews about the subject so if you'd like to be included please let me know. My research will be made public but all data will be anonymised.

    Thanks in advance for taking the survey! I really appreciate your help with my research.

    Rachel Epps

    https://uk.linkedin.com/in/rachelepps

    August 12, 2015

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