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New capabilities from IBM put developers in the spotlight
By: Mike Perrow, Editor, Brand Marketing and Strategy, IBM
How adopting DevOps empowers teams to create great things, faster and with less risk than ever before
Capture multiple tooltips in one image automatically with IBM Rational Functional Tester
By: Huai Ying Xia, Globalization Test Specialist, IBM and Zhi Jun Wang, Software Engineer, IBM
Testers can save time and frustration by automating a tedious, repetitive, but essential task
Filling in the blanks: The math behind Nate Silver's The Signal and the Noise
By: Murray Cantor, IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Part 1. How probability theory and Bayesian analysis apply to predicting on-time delivery of a software project
Introducing the new Version 9 IDEs
By: Stephen Henderson, Marketing Manager, IBM
A quick look at the latest IBM Rational integrated development environments
Products/Technologies: Rational Business Developer, C/C++ Compiler, COBOL, Fortran Compiler, Rational Developer for System z, Rational Developer for Power Systems Software, Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software, Rational Developer for i for SOA Construction
Automate the deployment of an IBM Worklight customization WAR file to an IBM WebSphere Application Server
By: Leigh Williamson, Distinguished Engineer, Software Group, IBM and Amol M. Gade, Software Engineer, IBM
How to use Rational Automation Framework to automate customized Worklight WAR deployments
Find out for yourself: 7 new video demonstrations
Special-focus narrated demonstrations of five Rational software applications: Rational DOORS Next Generation features and administration, Rational Requirements Composer user and project admin, Rational Rhapsody models with Rational Publishing Engine reports, business-critical uses of Rational Focal Point
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IBM developerWorks LIVE! Jam
Start jamming with us on June 11 and share your ideas for developerWorks. Registration is now open.
eguide: Cloud-based tools, Agile and DevOps accelerate application deployment
Podcast: Introducing Rational's Intelligent Transportation Systems solution
Webcast: Systems engineering: Requirements verification through model execution
June 14, 12:00 pm ET
We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Millard Ellingsworth
Millard Ellingsworth lives in the hills west of Portland, Oregon, where he works on growing and nurturing the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management community, improving how teams work together to build software that matters. During the first week of June 2013, he will be speaking at Innovate: The IBM Technical Summit, in Orlando, Florida. Even if you can’t attend his talk about using scrum methods with IBM Rational Team Concert, he will be available in the developerWorks Live zone most evenings. He would love to meet with anyone interested in sharing experiences about using Rational Team Concert, scrum, or other agile practices (or golf or woodworking if you are all teched-out by that point in the evening).
Millard has served several IBM teams as a scrum master and was part of a select team that provided disciplined agile development training to IBM software development groups. He divides his free time between playing golf, home improvements, and tinkering with Android development. You can follow him on Google+ and on Twitter as @millard3.
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