Using Rational Team Concert for a software engineering class project, Part 2, Introduction to iteration plans and Jazz source control

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Thomas Fritz and Meghan Allen

Date archived: December 16, 2016 | First published: September 27, 2011

In Part 2 of this tutorial series, we introduce you to the source control mechanism and iteration planning tools that you need for the evolution of your project.

This two-part tutorial describes some of the major concepts of IBM® Rational® Team Concert™, such as work items, teams, source control, and iteration plans, and how these concepts can be used in developing a small software project using an agile process in a class setting.

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