Software developers share their experiences with tools and best practices that support application lifecycle management. Note that posts reported to us as spam or off-topic advertising will be removed.
Looking at some of the content on BlueMix , it was clear I needed to learn more about Node.js . It is easy enough to install and it was. Next, I wanted to try some simple example, so I found a nice sample here . This a Node Beginner Book and has really nice examples to get started and Manuel Kiessling has done a great job.
IBM Webcast: Discover JazzHub, Your Place to Develop and Deploy Software in the Cloud!
March 11, 2014, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Central Standard Time)
JazzHub, IBM's web application that enables users to collaborate with others to plan, track, and develop software in the cloud, is constantly... [More]
IBM and Pivotal announced today that the two companies will collaborate on further development of the Cloud Foundry™ platform and open source project, and work towards establishing an open governance model for the community. Cloud Foundry is an interoperable Platform-as-a-Service framework that allows users to have freedom of choice across... [More]
Customer or end user expectations for a quality user experience is steadily increasing which is leading to the need to continuously deliver enhancements to the software we are delivering. And with the current economic state, it is critical to seize opportunity first or be beaten to market or with a better user experience by the competition.... [More]
Managing software and product lifecycle integration has always been a challenge and with the rate of the new demands on the enterprise the challenges are increasing. Leaders from different standards organizations and industry will lead interactive discussions on the importance of open technologies to help enterprises manage the lifecycle activities... [More]
Hey, let's have some fun!
In preparation for the ALM Office Hours Event on May 3 , we are soliciting your humorous and "funny-but-not" ideas on how ALM teams and individuals get tripped up with Application Lifecycle Management. Provide a name that reminds us of a medical condition (e.g.... [More]
Innovate 2013 is the event for software and product practitioners to get the detailed technical education they need. With top-notch keynotes, over 450 breakout sessions, labs , and certifications , Innovate is the place acquire skills and extend your network. A nd again this year, we will have a lot of technical sessions related to Application... [More]
We have application lifecycle capabilities, tools and approaches but why are we still not delivering on time or against the requirements of the project? We have expertise that runs deep in Line of Business, Software Development and Operations -- so what's missing? Well for one thing we see a lack of coordination between the disciplines. Pile... [More]
The world we live in is exciting for developers! The world we live in is changing dramatically which means there are huge opportunities from a business perspective, but along with those, come risks. As technology advances, we are all forced to act faster than ever before AND in the midst of increasing complexity. G lobalization continues to... [More]
On January 22, Vishy Ramaswamy and I talked about Agile architecture during an InformationWeek webcast: Agile Development: Three Pillars of Success. ( CLICK HERE to access the on-demand replay) Questions which had not been answered during the Q&A session for lack of time are listed in this blog entry. We hope that you will find the... [More]
Last year, Alan Brown, Scott Ambler and I collaborated on a technical paper that captures IBM Rational's experience in achieving agility in large scale enterprises. This paper was recently accepted for publication at the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE). We will present and officially publish this paper in May 2013 in the... [More]
Last year I began using the Worklight development environment and found it easy to pick up and learn. Even better was the ability to leverage existing assets in my Worklight environment. This was done by connecting Worklight to Rational Asset Manager; this gave me the ability to share vetted mobile assets. The lifecycle is completed by using the... [More]
One of the blogs that I follow is Walker Royce's blog If you don't know Walker, I'd encourage you to check this blog out. He writes on a variety of interesting topics and provides some interesting perspectives which usually hit some nerves .... and spark some great discussions. His post today is the start of a series that I thought members of... [More]
How to decide on RTC Components during a migration? When doing a migration from an existing version control tool to RTC there are a lot of new concepts to be learned. I’m thinking about Collaborative lifecycle management, streams, change sets work items, project area, team area and components. Most people struggle with these ideas and it takes... [More]
Under the organization of Guide Share Europe, a new User-Working Group
has been established called : " Jazz Collaboration Lifecycle Management Europe "
GSE ( www.gse.org ) ; the premier IBM User Group since 1959 has over 130
Working Groups distributed within 10 European regions.
This new working group however
is at a... [More]
Check out Al Wagner's RationalTester blog posting for the details on upcoming software quality and testing live webcasts to help accelerate software delivery while maintaining quality. A quick summary: 1. Renowned software quality expert, Capers Jones, shares his views on "Measuring software quality: Why your metrics don't make the... [More]
In this new era of “EVERY,” everything relies on software, everyone
wants an engaging user experience, everybody wants access everywhere at
any time and it’s up to you to deliver the applications that meet these
Join this webcast created especially for the Global Rational User Community
and be one of the first to hear about IBM... [More]
Jazz Team Server Email Notifications with Google Mail Server I realise this may not be for everyone. Many projects will be concerned with using Google SMTP server for posting email notifications for their Jazz Team Server (JTS) even if the email traffic is encrypted, and mail repository secure on Google servers. But sometimes you may have no... [More]
What if you could effectively manage the cost and complexity of testing your mobile applications without compromising the quality of the result? Leigh Williamson, Distinguished IBM Engineer, shares the ways an effective mobile application testing strategy that balances the use of multiple forms of integrated test execution capabilities (e.g.,... [More]
Hi everyone! There is a new Jazz.net article that explains how a team can get a project started quickly, onboard team members, setup and configure tools, and leverage proven patterns of success to do their job. The article describes how to take a process description defined using IBM Rational Method Composer and automate it in IBM Rational Team... [More]
A Jazz-based Maven Build with IBM Rational Team Concert v4 Using Jazz Hub I've been recently involved with the University of Wollongong (UOW) Faculty of Informatics helping the graduate students and their lecturer develop new modules for OpenMRS using IBM Rational Team Concert v4 hosted at Jazz Hub . The delivery of the lecture by the very... [More]
The Eclipse Lyo project is not your traditional Eclipse project. Instead of plugins that extend the Eclipse IDE, it offers the tools needed by implementers to help accelerate their OSLC implementations . Whether it be reference implementations of OSLC specifications; samples, examples, and workshops; test suites; or libraries and SDKs, Eclipse Lyo... [More]
Many organizations are neglecting to include a comprehensive performance
testing process in their quality arsenal as it is too expensive or time
consuming to measure the stability and scalability of business critical
functionality prior to releasing to production. What if there was a way to test the performance of your applications before... [More]