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.
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]
Hooray, hooray, hooray!!! We are excited to announce CLM 2012 and with new release, we have updated Money that Matters Lifecycle Scenario 2012 (MTM). First of all, MTM has entered into history as first project/scenario hosted on jazz.net using Rational Requirements Composer. All users have capability to view and comment on the scenario. So, what... [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]
Are you interested in Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM)? If yes, then you need attend IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management Solution Deployment Tips and Tricks, presented by Ralph Schoon and myself. It will be on Tuesday, Jun 5, 2012 from 4:15 PM to 5:45 PM, location Southern III - Dolphin at Innovate 2012 . We will explore where... [More]
Ever wondered, how
does a software development team become "Agile" when they
develop a product line that is used by over 90% of IBM's top 500
customers, that has been identified as one of IBM's 100
icons of progress , and that has been developed for over 40
in assembler PL/X and COBOL, but now has Java and XML thrown in?
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]
This will be a great presentation from IBM Champion Mike Loeffler of GM describing and demonstrating their proof of concept integration between the IBM CLM suite and Siemens Teamcenter. Don't miss it! Read more at the OSLC blog
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]
Hot and fresh from the labs: the new version of the IBM Rational Connector for SAP Solution Manager has just been released! Integrate Rational CLM 4.0 with SAP. If you can't wait until Monday go to Jazz.net and start the Download now!
As I review my "to do" list I started with for the
day, I am half way through and I have already had to change what is on the list
due to changing business requirements from a variety of stakeholders that I
work with on my cross-functional application lifecycle management
team here at IBM. The ability to adapt
to reoccurring changes... [More]
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]
Please find below some recent blogs, on jazz.net.
CLM 2012 is here! Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer 4.0 now available
(includes links to the product pages, that includes videos on CLM, RRC, RTC and RQM)
Announcing the CLM 2012 release: Rational Team Concert, Rational... [More]
Each year, IBM brings some of the brightest and most promising MBA and software development students from universities around the world into 12-week summer programs at 15 labs around the world. This summer, I had the honor of working with one of those teams, at our lab in RTP, NC. Hannah Stern is an MBA candidate from Columbia Business School in... [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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]