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Tips, Tricks, Performance Tuning and Best Practices for IBM Rational Requirements Composer
An enterprise Rational Quality Manager usage model with RequisitePro / ReqWeb and ClearQuest integrations and CLM / Insight reporting
Brianna M. Smith:
Moving from organized chaos to standard process and tooling Case Study: Disney's experience in deploying RRC and RTC
Ask the Experts: Rational Requirements Composer and RequisitePro
Define and Manage Requirements with IBM Rational Requirements Composer
Agile test management practices with Rational Quality Manager
The MSO2RQM Import Utility: The customizable solution for migrating MS Word and Excel Test Assets into Rational Quality Manager
Patrick O'Connor (aka @rationalwebguy):
Tips & Tricks for Getting the Most Out of IBM Support
Managing Cloud Resources Throughout the Lifecycle with IBM Rational Tools
Building your first custom report using IBM Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence (RRDI)
Rapid Lift: Manual Test Automation Best Practices from the Design Partner Program
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Here's another great tip and trick from the IBM Electronic Support folks aimed at helping you make even better use of the IBM Support Portal features!
Using My inventories and my supported software to select products in Support Portal- This video discusses enhancements of the IBM Support Portal to make product selection easier for you based on knowing more about your inventory. Visit the IBM Support Portal at:
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Inspired by the 1960's-era World's Fair exhibit, IBM has announced an iPad app, Minds of Modern Mathematics, available for free at the App Store.
The app is a vint
Darrel and team will be meeting Monday June 4th from 12:45 to 1:30 in the Dolphin - Oceanic 1 to discuss topics like communities, collaboration, social learning, social business, building your digital reputation. The title in Agenda Builder is: BOF-1770 "Engineers can be social - A look at Collaboration without traditional boundaries".
But this isn't just an update to let you know about this session.. Darrel wants to start the conversation NOW, even if you're not going to be at Innovate 2012. Head on over to his blog post to see a few conversation starters and join in the conversation.
This is one session you shouldn't miss, whether you're at Innovate or not!
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(editorial note: This blog post first appeared on my personal blog, Kellypuffs, but it is relevant for this audience as well, with a few minor tweaks. So here you are!
I love this poster. There is a high-res PDF version available if you click through, and I recommend it. Lots of wisdom here. It particularly resonates with me as it pertains to knowledge.
Kids, remember back when….
If you are “of a certain age”, you know what I’m talking about, and we are probably the last generation that will.
If you aren’t, you have no freaking CLUE what I’m talking about because you are a Child of t’Internets and you are free to know and grow. (cue hippy music). The internet, if you are lucky enough to have access to it and a way to view it, provides 24/7 access to an unfathomable amount of knowledge, anytime, anywhere.
Let that sink in, people. Anytime. Anywhere.
Better yet, t’internets has led to the democratization of knowledge …. one person, one voice. Or rather, many more voices, many more people contributing to our collective knowledge.
Need the original schematic/wiring diagram for a 1940s desk phone? It’s out there. Need to know why your bilateral destabilizer keeps shutting down? Someone else has probably experienced it and shared on a forum.
And here’s where I start getting all hippy-dippy, waving daisies, love and sunshine, because to me, this is just the coolest thing EVER. Ever. You can’t put this genie back in the bottle. Knowledge is no longer in the hands of a privileged few to be doled out to the worthy. Knowledge is being openly shared and recorded, so that others may benefit.
Maybe THIS is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius?