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2009 September

Getting your feet wet with feeds

Rational Team Concert has always supported newsfeeds as the preferred mechanism to track events in teams and projects. Are you still relying on old school e-mail notifications? Have you never thought about configuring Team Central and your personal Dashboard to use feeds efficiently? Then this post will give you some inspiration. To keep things short […]

Rational Team Concert released!

One thing that is great about having an open community at is that we get feedback from users very promptly. We didn’t want to wait too long before we provided you with an update to 2.0 which contains many your feature requests and important bug fixes. I’m glad to report that the team pulled […]

OSLC and Rational Team Concert

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First of all, what is OSLC? A quick search on Google returns the “Oregon Social Learning Center,” “Our Savior Lutheran Church,” and “Ontario Student Leadership Conference,” but then you will find “Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration.” Lifecycle resources are change requests, test cases, defects, requirements, builds, and all the other things that we use daily […]

Heterogeneous development with Rational Team Concert

Most organizations are unlikely to invest in separate infrastructures and separate tools to cater to teams working on different technology stacks. If you are working towards a common solution, then irrespective of technological affiliations you are likely to have the teams follow one plan, one process, one common build infrastructure, common feeds and one common […]