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Rational Team Concert source control makes continuous delivery easier

Rational Team Concert (RTC) has started releasing quarterly. Since large features rarely fit into such short cycles, we’re making heavy use of RTC’s branching and merging functionality. That could result in merge hell, but it doesn’t. This post will give you an idea of how the RTC team uses our own source control management system, […]

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 […]

Reviewing code changes with Rational Team Concert

In the good old days, things were easy. You worked on a bug, modified a few lines of code and were done. No one was looking over your shoulder to check if your code was right. The best code comes late at night when you’re alone anyway. No tests to run and no continuous build […]

IBM Innovate Australia: A developer’s perspective

I’ve been working as a developer on Jazz.net since the very beginning, but I’ve never blogged on the Jazz Team Blog!!  Can you believe it? Well today that changes. I just got back from an amazing trip to IBM Innovate Australia events in Melbourne and Sydney, and I want to share what I learned, LOUDLY, […]

Good practices and key workflows for Rational Team Concert Source Control users

Are you an effective Rational Team Concert Source Control user? If you’re not sure, or simply want to become more effective, here are some essential tips that will help on your way. Before jumping in to these tips, we have some excellent resources that would be worth taking a look at: If you’re new to […]

Enhanced source control permissions in the next release of Rational Team Concert

In our upcoming release of Rational Team Concert (as part of our Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution planned for 2Q 2011), we are expanding the permissions available in source control.* Way back in RTC 2.0, we added support for SCM read permissions that centered on process areas. In this next release, we’re improving read access for […]

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 […]

Patterns for read-protecting source code

Rational Team Concert 2.0 includes project level read permissions, which allow for read-protecting artifacts in a project area. Read access control applies to all artifacts in the project and all its sub-teams. The simplest usage of this feature is to mark a project as read-protected and then carefully control the membership of this new protected […]

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