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Scaling out Jazz Team Server: optimistic replication

I like to regularly follow¬†highscalability.com, which is all about the practices of extremely scalable web sites. Over the four years that we have been evolving the Jazz platform, we’ve investigated and learned a lot about the principles and standards of scalability, and even discovered a few good ideas of our own. In other words, we’re […]

Refactoring the Jazz Project

When we began the Jazz Project and opened it to the public last year, we had two goals in mind: we had a vision for a platform on which to build a new generation of collaborative software development tools, and we wanted to work in the open to build a first product on that platform […]

The smoothest end game ever… but why?

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About a month ago, my wife, who has lived through 20 years of software deliveries with me at IBM, turned to me and asked “Aren’t you guys shipping Rational Team Concert real soon now?¬† You don’t seem nearly stressed out enough – is it still happening?”¬† I assured her that we were still shipping on […]

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