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CLM Beta 3 now available

This week we’ve released a Beta 3 for our three Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) products: Rational Team Concert – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy Rational Quality Manager – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy Rational Requirements Composer – Beta 3, New & Noteworthy As a team we practice continuous betas. Each milestone we produce is expected […]

CLM Beta 2 is available!

This week we made the Release Candidate 0 (RC0) from our three Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) products available as Beta 2 for the release: Rational Team Concert – Beta 2 Rational Quality Manager – Beta 2 Rational DOORS Requirements Professional – Beta 2 When I compare Beta 2 to Beta 1, I get really excited […]

Forum post: RTC versus Jira/SVN/CruiseControl

In the forums Roman Smirak posted the contents of a blog entry he wrote for his company. In the posting Roman provides his personal views and opinions on the advantages and disadvantages of using Rational Team Concert, and he relates this to other tools he has used. See his forum post here: We’ve known […]

Webcast: Using Rational Team Concert in a Globally Distributed Team

Notice: The webcast mentioned in this blog is no longer available. We are looking into recovering the webcast. Rational Team Concert is being developed by a globally distributed team. Since we strongly believe in consuming our own output/dogfood it should be no surprise that we are use using Team Concert intensively for our own development […]

Surfing the Collaborative ALM web – RTC, RQM, and RRC

In the user forum and on other occasions the question has come up about how the Jazz based products Team Concert, Quality Manager, and Requirements Composer play together. To help explain this, I’m pleased to point you to a recording of a demo we recently presented at a Rational VOICE of the Customers event. The […]