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Link it forward: A demo of CLM integrations

(Hint: Don’t miss the video included toward the end of this entry) Back in 2000, there was an American movie called Pay it Forward. The plot involved an 11-year-old boy who, in response to a school assignment to put into action a plan that would change the world, devised a plan he called “paying it forward.” […]

Plan linking with the Rational Workbench for Collaborative Lifecycle Management

In this video we demonstrate (using M6) how teams can link and populate plans by leveraging each other’s work. The demonstration starts from a requirements collection. This collection is linked to a development plan. The development team can populate a release plan with work-items that have links back to the requirements. Next, the testers link […]

Videos from Innovate 2010

I finally found some time to go through the video interviews that I filmed while I was at Innovate 2010 earlier this month in Orlando, FL. I was able to track down a few Jazz developers, including Erich Gamma, and I also got a few customers and partners to share a few thoughts as well. […]

Social Connector for Rational Team Concert: Community Preview

Download the Community Preview Access a Lotus Connections Server (or use My developerWorks if you donot have one) Provide feedback in the forums I am thrilled to announce the community preview of Social Connector for Rational Team Concert. Developed by Mainsoft in collaboration with IBM Rational, the Social Connector brings enterprise social networks to your […]

Rational Team Concert for Open Source Development: Experiences with RSSOwl

Rational Team Concert has always been free of charge for open source projects and academic purposes. So, we love it when popular open source projects adopt Rational Team Concert and report back to us their experience and feedback. Now, I am one of the developers for Rational Team Concert, but I also happen to be […]

Using RRC 2.0 in a C/ALM solution

As a member of the Rational Requirements Composer product delivery team, working closely with customers and the IBM sales teams, I have the opportunity to see patterns in the challenges that teams are facing.  Considering this from the perspective of requirements and the people who create, refine, and use them to guide their work, these […]

What is C/ALM?

I’m often asked to explain Collaborative ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) and am usually taken aback by the question. It’s like asking me to explain the value of ‘breathing.’ “Uh, because it hurts a lot if you don’t do it?” All joking aside, we recently we kicked off our design partner program for Collaborative ALM (C/ALM), […]

Drinking our own champagne: Using RRC 1.0 to develop the next version

We’ve produced a video about IBM Rational Requirements Composer and how we have been using Version 1 to develop Version 2 features. The video shows a process to building the right solution and the various artifacts developed at each stage. (Watch this video in our jazz.net library) After you’ve watched the video, and if you […]

Report from Rational Software Conference 2009

Well, I’m back and fully recovered from an exhausting but fun week at the Rational Software Conference 2009. By all accounts, the conference was another smashing success as thousands of Rational customers, business partners, employees, media, and analysts converged on the Swan and Dolphin resort in sunny and hot Orlando, Florida. The Jazz team and […]

Watch and learn: Initial steps in Rational Team Concert

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Rational Team Concert (RTC) 1.0.1 provides rich functionality in all the areas it touches: work item management, source control, build, planning, reports, and dashboards. A brief look at the capability overview is a good reminder of that fact. Although you can get started with RTC quickly, it can take some time to understand the whole […]

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