Introduction to the Code Roller Project
Code Roller integration with Google Wave
Date Printed: 2009-10-01
Change Management: initial
Code Roller is an online, collaborative software development project life cycle management application
combining time tested, industry standard, best-of-breed process, methodology, workflow, and deliverables
with state-of-the-art social networking, crowdsourcing, and collaboration tools. Here are three sources of
information about Code Roller.
The introductory white paper.
An introduction from the founder's blog.
The help area of this site.
Some marketing collateral aimed at entrepreneurs.
Code Roller is currently running on its mid Summer release and we are planning a integration with Google
Anyone involved in the development of software. This includes entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, subject matter
experts, analysts, software engineers, software architects, information architects, graphics designers, usability
engineers, and quality assurance engineers.
We're starting to see some real life projects here.
There are some ease-of-use issues that may take some time in order to address.
Automatic task completion is not always easy to implement.
I may not make sense to work on an easier way to draw diagrams.
Our rich text editor doesn't support our SEO friendly linking feature.
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The developer reviews the designs and, once approved, implements them.
Intellectual pride at getting the job done right. Feels insulted at having to use a management tool.
Need accuracy yields confidence
Any discovered inaccuracies will undermine a user's trust.
Team members get a GUI in which they can maintain the keyword to link mapping available to the robot.
Need easy navigation = freedom
Users will feel unencumbered if they perceive navigation to be easy, especially if they are having to navigate
a hierarchical structure of arbitrary depth.
A Google Wave Robot will be