My buddy Ken over at the Swoosh factory apparently received a Jive T-shirt that doesn’t quite fit him. As a result, he’s taken it upon himself to analyze T-shirts from various vendors, which he presents in his Magic Quadrant:
Half-shirts are making its way back into the main stream. Last week an independent poll showed that Build-A-Bear had the tightest and shortest half shirts available on the market. Unfortunately, they are made for Teddy Bears.
Jive has created a niche with its tight half-shirts. “Developers and integrators are seeing half shirts as a way to express themselves” said an anonymous QA Engineer who tends to overheat during testing cycles.
We need a reform of the t-shirt market and Jive has done it with the introduction of half-shirts.
We at Jive Software are leading the market in half-shirt innovation. And we are proud of it. Thanks, Ken!
If you’re interested in how Ken’s company uses Jive software externally, check it out.