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What’s New in Mingle 12.4?

12.19.2012
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We all know there are countless project management tools out there.  Several get attention because of the big name developers on staff or the freeness of their solution.

One tool that has an Agile focus, and I think it flies under the radar sometimes, is ThoughtWorks Studio's Mingle. 

Mingle just had a new release last week along with Go, for Continuous Delivery, and Twist, for testing automation.

Mingle 12.4's new features allow users to add another layer of grouping to projects.  Projects were previously the highest level.  And it also includes a new feature that helps you predict and stay on top of workflows before they arrive.  That's pretty agile.


Go also had a few cool new features.  The big one is that it now supports OpenJDK.

You can read up on the Mingle release and the Go/Twist release  through these links.

Mingle is totally free to try, btw.