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Our team gets together for lunch… online

It’s not uncommon for teams at IBM to be distributed across countries and timezones. I joined my current team last January, and we have team members in the United States, Canada, and even Switzerland. I work from home, met my team lead in person for the first time in November, and have not yet met […]

Oh, the places you’ll work (when you use RTC)!

With Yahoo’s latest change of policy that restricts employees to only working in the office, people have been buzzing about working from home and distributed teams.  At IBM, it’s common for teams to be distributed across nations and even continents.  Working from different physical locations and various timezones brings its own set of challenges, but […]

Countdown to the next Rational Team Concert: Part II – Source control enhancements

This is a follow-up to Part I and the next in a series of posts highlighting what’s coming in our next version of Rational Team Concert. In this entry, I will focus on the Source Control enhancements*. I’ll talk about enhancements in the core Source Control engine that enable distributed source control, a native client […]

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 […]