Category: CAST News

Good things come in three! I wouldn’t say we have saved the best for last, but the information we’re covering in this post is an exciting one! If you haven’t been following our series, I encourage you to read about what we have already announced is coming in AIP 7.1 -- the new delivery management tool and the Appmarq industry benchmarking repository. In this post, we wanted to give you an advance preview of a feature that will be made available towards the end of the year, with the next release of AIP. We’re talking about the design of our dashboard.

New CAST AIP Release: Part 3 - The Design

As you may have heard, we are launching a brand-new version of CAST Application Intelligence Platform this month, and we’re giving our readers a special preview of what’s in store for the release in a series of blog posts. In case you missed it, we previously shared details on the new Delivery Management Tool that eases the process of delivering enterprise source code.

New CAST AIP Release: Part 2 - Appmarq

There is that rare moment in a basketball game when a player has the right combination of variables and the ball sails through the net without touching the rim. Recently, David Consulting Group (DCG) assembled a great team to work on a .NET project for a branch of the United States military, and CAST was pleased to be included in a project that achieved that proverbial “swish.”

Nothing but .NET! Successful US Military implementation the result of great teamwork

Remember when you were younger and would anxiously wait to hear the latest release from your favorite band? Before iTunes and online music services, it required listening to the radio hoping to tune in just when they would play it and rushing out to the record store to buy the new album.

We feel the same way about the latest release of the CAST Application Intelligence Platform (AIP), and we think you will too! We are so excited about the newest version of the platform that we are doing something that most software companies don’t do -- give you an advance look at upcoming features and technologies in AIP 7.1.

Calling all CAST fans! New CAST AIP release: Part 1 – Delivery Management Tool

CAST has worked with David Consulting Group (DCG), the premier global provider of Application Development & Maintenance (ADM) support solutions for software optimization, for many years. Illustrating the maturing Software Analysis & Measurement market, DCG recently expanded their offerings to include the Application Code Quality Center of Excellence, providing comprehensive code quality and portfolio analysis services powered by CAST.

One + One = Three: DCG Extends Outsourced ADM Support Offerings with CAST

You’ve taken the obvious steps to cut costs in your application portfolio, so where do you go next?  With a large, dispersed IT infrastructure and systems that operate in silos, often with duplicative functionality, it’s not necessary to take on your portfolio in a single bite.

CIOs Must Take Stock!

Starting a new job is incredibly stressful as you’re thrust into a brand new environment with new people, new policies, and new systems that you’re unfamiliar with (not to mention checking out the snack situation and learning how to work the security card system -- after you get locked out at least once). Your first few weeks as the “new guy” or “new lady” buys you some slack, but you are still expected to learn as much as possible, as quickly as possible so you can start contributing. Well take that situation and multiply it by about a thousand and that’s what it’s like for a new CIO.

You’re on Day One as a New CIO – Now What?!

We have some good news for CAST Highlight users who love Objective C. Your preferred code quality as a service platform has been updated to support your preferred coding language: Objective C, the language behind iOS -- which powers the iPhone and iPad -- and the Mac OS X operating systems.

The news enterprise Objective C developers have been waiting for

From IT’s perspective, the business is always asking for new applications -- apps to innovate, or simply make their jobs a little easier. The problem is, it always want them done quickly and be up and running perfectly at launch.

Maintaining software quality on the bleeding edge

The sequestration has hit a lot of organizations hard, and IT intensive programs aren’t ducking the proverbial bullet. In the decade since 9-11, organizations had more money and resources to give to development teams to fix their application’s performance issues. But now that the nation is trying to fix its fiscal woes, every day and dollar counts.

Learning to survive in the new normal of IT Program Management

  • Calling all CAST fans! New CAST AIP release: Part 1 – Delivery Management Tool

    Remember when you were younger and would anxiously wait to hear the latest release from your favorite band? Before iTunes and online music services, it required listening to the radio hoping to tune in just when they would play it and rushing out to the record store to buy the new album.

    We feel the same way about the latest release of the CAST Application Intelligence Platform (AIP), and we think you will too! We are so excited about the newest version of the platform that we are doing something that most software companies don’t do -- give you an advance look at upcoming features and technologies in AIP 7.1.

  • One + One = Three: DCG Extends Outsourced ADM Support Offerings with CAST

    CAST has worked with David Consulting Group (DCG), the premier global provider of Application Development & Maintenance (ADM) support solutions for software optimization, for many years. Illustrating the maturing Software Analysis & Measurement market, DCG recently expanded their offerings to include the Application Code Quality Center of Excellence, providing comprehensive code quality and portfolio analysis services powered by CAST.

  • The market just crashed! Get CAST on the phone!

  • CIOs Must Take Stock!

    You’ve taken the obvious steps to cut costs in your application portfolio, so where do you go next?  With a large, dispersed IT infrastructure and systems that operate in silos, often with duplicative functionality, it’s not necessary to take on your portfolio in a single bite.

  • NASDAQ Halts Trading for 3 Hours

  • You’re on Day One as a New CIO – Now What?!

    Starting a new job is incredibly stressful as you’re thrust into a brand new environment with new people, new policies, and new systems that you’re unfamiliar with (not to mention checking out the snack situation and learning how to work the security card system -- after you get locked out at least once). Your first few weeks as the “new guy” or “new lady” buys you some slack, but you are still expected to learn as much as possible, as quickly as possible so you can start contributing. Well take that situation and multiply it by about a thousand and that’s what it’s like for a new CIO.

  • The news enterprise Objective C developers have been waiting for

    We have some good news for CAST Highlight users who love Objective C. Your preferred code quality as a service platform has been updated to support your preferred coding language: Objective C, the language behind iOS -- which powers the iPhone and iPad -- and the Mac OS X operating systems.

  • 4 Steps to Achieving Innovation in Spite of Your ERP Platform

  • Maintaining software quality on the bleeding edge

    From IT’s perspective, the business is always asking for new applications -- apps to innovate, or simply make their jobs a little easier. The problem is, it always want them done quickly and be up and running perfectly at launch.

  • An Open Letter to Derivatives Exchange Operators

  • Who you gonna call when a fake AP tweet blows up Wall Street?

  • Transparent IT portfolios help businesses succeed

  • Learning to survive in the new normal of IT Program Management

    The sequestration has hit a lot of organizations hard, and IT intensive programs aren’t ducking the proverbial bullet. In the decade since 9-11, organizations had more money and resources to give to development teams to fix their application’s performance issues. But now that the nation is trying to fix its fiscal woes, every day and dollar counts.

  • Two great new features drive Highlight 1.7 update

  • CAST supports OMG’s Automated Function Point Standard

  • An Open Letter to BATS’ Chris Isaacson

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