Software and systems innovation
Create a continuous integration project in Build Forge and integrate it with a Rational ClearCase code library
Use PHP and cURL for server-side caching of dynamic web pages: Ways to significantly reduce processing and load time
Migrate Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications to a cluster, Part 3: Use the primary and standby database servers while upgrading CLM applications to new versions
Plan and design for product variants for long-term success: Incentives and best practices for a product variants strategy, implementation, and management
Manually merge Rational Functional Tester scripts into an automation suite: A case study that uses the Rational Software Architect automation suite as the application under test
Server-side mobile application development with IBM MobileFirst, Part 2: Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with web service business logic to use in a mobile application
Agile embedded product-line development with Rational Team Concert: Learn from 321 Gang's experiences
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Fariz Saracevic has worked for IBM Rational software since 2004 and is currently a member of the IBM Rational Offering Strategy and Delivery team. He leads agile ALM scenario design, as well as the Rational Money that Matters sample project team, to advance the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM). He works closely with other Rational team leads to define and advance agile ALM and CLM capabilities. Before taking this CLM leadership role, Fariz was the Automated Software quality product manager. He co-authored Software Test Engineering with IBM Rational Functional Tester: The Definitive Resource (IBM Press, 2009) and has written or co-written several articles. Fariz speaks at worldwide conferences on the topic of agile ALM. He holds a master's degree in information technology from Virginia Tech and a Bachelor of Science degree from George Mason University. Fariz can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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