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Giving thanks for innovation and community gatherings
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For those of you in the USA who have just returned from the Thanksgiving holiday, welcome back! My family didn't get quite this innovative during the holiday, but did you know that over 30 years ago, one man's Thanksgiving leftovers led to the discovery of excimer laser-based refractive eye surgery, now known as LASIK eye surgery? (h/t Stephen Armitage via IBM UK Communications)
Even if your holiday innovations weren't quite to the degree of discovering LASIK, here are some Rational community activities and chats where your peers are standing by to exchange ideas with you:
Scrum often works extremely well for small co-located agile teams but fails to when applied to larger more complex projects with distributed resources. The obvious question is, "Why?" As Agile consultants (Coaches, ScrumMasters, SMEs) we often must assess the teams and organizations to determine what challenges (i.e., scaling factors) may impact the team's performance during the pilot. Reedy Feggins of our Agile Tranformation community would like to hear from others regarding their experiences to capture a more complete list. Join the chat.
Join us to talk about and share knowledge on aspects of product and systems engineering from concept to disposal as they relate to the IBM offerings. Topics are focused on, but not limited to, systems, complex systems, systems of systems, and sub-systems, through embedded software development, testing and certification. Plus, from November 28 - December 7, join Greg Gorman, Jon Chard, and other community members in an online discussion about agile systems engineering.
Theresa Ramsey is a member of the Design Factory for Rational ALM, and would like to chat with those of you who either use Rational ALM solutions or integrate Rational solutions with third party ALM software. Feel free to add any information on what tools (and versions) you are using and any issues you currently have on integrations as a reply to this thread.
On November 30 at 11 AM EST, join us for a discussion on the latest release of the IBM solution for Rational Collaborative Management, presented by Phil Vogel, CLM Product Manager, and Scott Rich, Distinguished Engineer and Technical Lead for CLM. You will have a chance to hear what we've delivered since the CLM 4.0 release back in June of this year. When we say "discussion", we mean it! After a very short presentation we will open up the floor for questions and comments.
To get involved in community activities like the ones highlighted above, join the following developerWorks Rational communities that interest you: