How Visualizing Traceability Data Removes the Worries of Project Management – Part 2
A previous post outlined an example project and a set of key metrics (KPIs) that I want to be able to calculate based on information gathered from multiple different development tools. In this follow up post, I will illustrate how to calculate one of those metrics using traceability information and an example query over the trace graph.
How Visualizing Traceability Data Removes the Worries of Project Management – Part 1
A manager of a single project, working closely with a small team on a daily basis, can fairly easily know the status of the project. However, a manager of several projects, maybe a department manager, manager of a large branch of a company, or even the manager of a company, will find it harder to have a personal feel for the status of the project he/she is responsible for, and will rely on information provided by other people and other sources.
About bidirectional traceability, link semantics and a toggle button
This post is about how a simple toggle button might resolve a philosophical conflict. The conflict arises from the following question: "How many directions does a trace link have?". Pop quiz!