Tipo de publicación: Conference Paper
Publicado en: Latin American Congress on requirements engineering & software testing LACREST MedellínAutores
- Goussen, Guillermo
- Salazar, Gabriela
Proyecto asociado a la publicación
- project managment
- software testing
During the last decade, universities, state institutions and representatives of industry have interacted to contribute to improving the quality of software produced in Costa Rica. This year was established at the University of Costa Rica, the Research Center on Information Technology and Communication (CITIC). Within its structure is proposed to constitute research units, and one of them is the Software Quality Assurance Laboratory (LACSOFT) that is in process of creation and for which there are tools under development to support the management of administrative processes. This article describes the results of an investigation of two free software tools (Redmine and Subversion) that, integrated, could be incorporated into LACSOFT, to facilitate the management of their projects software verification and validation.