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Part 1 introduces the team and work item features in IBM Rational Team Concert collaborative project management software. It is intended for student collaboration on a small software development project and assumes basic knowledge of agile development and scrum project management methods.
We celebrate developerWorks' 12th birthday by giving you 12 gifts
By Robin Wood, developerWorks Rational Acquisition Editor, IBM
This is developerWorks' 12th anniversary, so we're celebrating by giving you 12 gifts. There's even a gift registry, so you can request what you want if you don't find it in any of these packages.
Using Rational Team Concert for a software engineering class project, Part 2
By Thomas Fritz, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of British Columbia and Meghan Allen, Lecturer, University of British Columbia
Part 2 explains working with iteration plans and Jazz source control in Rational Team Concert collaboration software, including sprint backlogs, product backlogs, and user stories. Basic knowledge of agile development and scrum project management methods will help students understand the context.
Advanced customizations in Rational Team Concert project areas, Part 2
By Seema Gupta, Project Manager, Smart Deployment Factory, IBM
Part 2 explains how to customize work items according to roles that team members are assigned to in IBM Rational Team Concert collaborative project management software. You will create a role-based value set and associate it with the Defect type of custom work item that you created in Part 1.
We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Ben Lieberman
Ben Lieberman is the principal architect for BioLogic Software Consulting, and he has more than 14 years of software architecture and information technology experience in various fields, including telecommunications, airline travel, e-commerce, government, financial services, and life sciences. He holds a doctorate in biophysics and genetics from the University of Colorado, Health Sciences Center, in Denver, Colorado. Ben provides consulting and training services on software architecture, requirements analysis, software analysis and design, configuration management, and development process improvement. His consulting services are based on the best practices of software development, with specializations in object-oriented architectures and distributed computing, particularly Java-based systems and distributed website development (Java Enterprise Edition, or JEE), Microsoft .NET, and C++ based client/server systems. He has provided software architectural services to corporations, such as EchoStar, Comcast, Trip Network Inc., Galileo International; to educational institutions, such as Duke University and the University of Colorado; and to governmental agencies, such as the US Department of Defense and the US Mine Safety and Health Administration. He is also an IBM developerWorks Contributing Author and has written a book on software modeling and numerous software-related articles.
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