I am excited to announce new Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) developerWorks® community
created to deliver news, feeds of blogs, articles, white papers, and much more directly to its home page
. As a member, you can use the group blog, wiki, and message board, not to only publish to this community, but also to over 4 million active users on developerWorks.
Collaboration with ALM developerWorks® community is easy. In fact, the next time you fire up your email to ask a question about application lifecycle management, consider using one of these tools in the community:
: The best place to share your thoughts on a certain situation or subject. Ideal blog posts are between 200-500 words, and pose a question at the end to elicit comments from your readers. Boost your visibility by posting your entry to LinkedIn, Twitter (use the #ibmALM hashtag when you Tweet), or Facebook.
: Do you have a cool or innovative way to use Rational tools, but need a place to post how you did it? Try creating wiki page on your ALM community.
- Message Boards
: Do you have a general question for ALM experts? Post it here.
: File sharing at its best. Use this tool to share presentations and documents that have been approved by your legal department for public distribution.
Everyone can read your content without being a community member. To create or respond to content, you must be a community member. Use ALM community home page to find additional details about participation and specific links to "how-to" information.
If you do not have IBM developerWorks ID, register with IBM developerWorks/join ALM community with easy three steps:
So, what are you waiting??? Become ALM community member and start collaborating and contributing to this new and exciting ALM community.
Content maintenance: You are responsible for maintaining your own
shared content, which includes keeping it up to date, responding to
comments, and removing it if it's out of date or no longer relevant.
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moderate the community daily to ensure that all activity is congruent
with both the IBM Social Media and Business Conduct guidelines. In
short, be transparent about who you are and be respectful of others'
opinions and ideas.