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Taffy and DevOps – with Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0.1

On a recent weekend trip with my five year old, I took him to Boothbay Harbor, Maine. One of his favorite things to do is watch an old salt water taffy machine that cuts and wraps taffy. While one flavor is being fed into an automated cutting and wrapping machine, another flavor is being stretched and […]

Top 5 reasons to upgrade to RTC 4.0.3

At Innovate 2013 this year I had a chance to talk to lots of customers who are running their business on IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).  I also had a chance to survey a number of larger customers on their current usage of RTC and got some great insight into what capabilities they are using […]

CLM 2012 Part 2 – Rational Team Concert: Task tracking, agile planning, source control

While shopping around recently for a more fuel efficient car, I noticed that most of the new features being touted in cars today are software innovations rather than mechanical ones: “infotainment” systems with Bluetooth connectivity, integrated backup cameras for added safety, variable cylinder management to improve fuel economy, and more. What’s driving all this software innovation? […]

Rational Team Concert 3.0 released

We are pleased to announce the availability of Rational Team Concert 3.0, and invite you to download it and enjoy. It’s loaded with cool features, many of which you asked for, including a few that I’ll summarize here: Any Plan (Agile, Formal, or Hybrid) We’ve added support in the core planning component for more traditional […]

Add Seven Free Developers to Rational Team Concert

NOTE: This offer has ended and is no longer available. We’ve done two things to make Rational Team Concert more affordable for small teams: Made all editions start with a total of 10 Developers (three included + seven free) Dropped the server prices (by approximately half) for a limited time We heard feedback that users […]

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