For some organizations, authenticating against Active Directory is a security requirement for all internal applications. While there are various ways to achieve this for OpenEdge applications, our very own Roundtable Architect Jeff Ledbetter chose this approach for Roundtable TSMS. Analysis for Our Approach Our chosen approach to implementing Active Directory authentication for our Roundtable TSMS… Read more »
“M” Is for Management: How Roundtable TSMS Is More Than a Developer’s Tool
It’s a common misconception that Roundtable TSMS is for “just for developers.” In this blog, Randall K. Harp, Roundtable Software Engineer, and Jaclyn Barnard, Roundtable Director of Business Development, reveal that there’s much more “management” in Roundtable TSMS than you may think. While software vendors are continuously delivering new or more powerful tools for developers… Read more »
Code First. Ask Questions Later? How a Disciplined Approach Saves More Time and Effort.
It’s easy to get caught up in the death-or-glory dash of delivering what end-users want (or didn’t know they wanted) quickly. How helpful is it when this fast pace leads to costly mistakes from unintentional errors and burnout from chasing bugs down? In this blog, Randall K. Harp, Roundtable Software Engineer, and Jaclyn Barnard, Roundtable… Read more »
Working Remotely: Social Distancing and Software Development
Many of us are being asked to (or are deciding to) work from home to maintain a safe social distance from others to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Yet there is still work to do. In this blog, Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard shares how you can continue to build high-quality OpenEdge applications with… Read more »
The Cure for Chaos: Is DIY Worth the Time, Effort, & Risk?
Now more than ever, the marketplace is flooded with tools that can support, automate, and/or analyze practically any aspect your application lifecycle. Many of these tools are widely adopted and open source (read: common and free). Does common mean best-of-breed? Is stringing together free (often unsupported) open source solutions a prudent strategy for managing enterprise applications? In… Read more »
Insider’s Guide to the PUG Challenge Tour
The PUG Challenge Tour — starting with Americas in Manchester, NH, followed by EMEA in Barcelona, Spain — will be action-packed, especially for the Roundtable team. In this “insider’s guide,” Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard breaks it down for you — who you will find, where, and doing what. (Spoiler: It won’t be all… Read more »
MythBusters: Roundtable Edition
Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard gets to the heart of “what’s new” with Roundtable TSMS with a myth-busting blog. It’s hard keeping up with “what’s new” with your favorite software applications. We thought we’d make this recap of Roundtable TSMS simple and fun. We have highlighted the five biggest changes to Roundtable TSMS in… Read more »
May Your Software “Bring Joy” This Season!?
Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard appropriates the popular KonMari Method for software evaluations. In this blog, she suggests that software should deliver more than bottom-line benefits: it should also “bring joy.” To what extent does the “bring joy” factor play into your organization’s software decisions? Take this poll. I have the pleasure of being able… Read more »
Three Ways Roundtable TSMS 11.6 Says “We Get You”
Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard shares how Roundtable TSMS 11.6 demonstrates their ongoing commitment to deliver “real value” to its end users. Your favorite (and repeatedly proven) best-practice software configuration management solution for Progress OpenEdge development has done it again. This August Roundtable Software announced the latest release of its flagship product Roundtable TSMS. If… Read more »
Quick Tip: Roundtable TSMS Eclipse Project Import
Creating a new Object by loading a file from your Eclipse project into Roundtable is the subject of our latest video quick tip.