Adapting Existing Techniques to Mobile ALM
sponsored by Microsoft

It would be nice if mobile development was just a matter of pushing old methods and techniques onto new platforms. But the fact is, the massive migration to mobile computing has changed every aspect of application development, albeit to varying extents. Obviously, the programming languages and platforms have shifted, but, perhaps less obviously, so have end-user requirements, target audiences, and deployment methods. Along with these changes, project management strategies must adjust as well, requiring a modified approach to application lifecycle management.

In this expert e-guide, discover the new generation of best practices for mobile application lifecycle management. Explore the need for a modified approach in terms of people, process, and tools. Read on for best practices and more information on addressing the mobile development skills gap, major mobile ALM security concerns, the myth of being "more agile," and more.

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