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There is a new video available on IBM Education Assistant for Rational. It is another video for Rational Developer for System z 8.5. This is an addition to the big collection of new RDz videos we told you about in June. RDz users: Enjoy!
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What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
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It may be a slow time of the year for a lot of us in-between all the holidays, vacations, and general time-off relaxing during these summer months, we're still focused on getting you the right content when you need it, to help drive your business forward to success. To that end, the following items went live on developerWorks Rational this week:
How to move an existing CICS application to a smartphone
Deploy Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence 2.0.3 to a federated WebSphere environment
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By now, you know why. We've shared with you what we do with the feedback we receive - we use it to make our support content even better so you don't HAVE to call and open a support ticket just to find out if X is supported, or how to do Y.
So all year long, we make sure we address your comments and continually improve our content.
Sometimes, we get it right, and sometimes, you let us know that we've gotten it right. I'm not going to lie ... those are my favorite pieces of feedback to read and share.
And today, as we wrap up the year, I'd love to highlight some of the positive Document Level Feedback comments we've received this year:
"Es exactamente la respuesta al problema. Perfecto.'
"Very helpful and clear"
"Solution exposée claire et précise. Merci"
"This is a very useful page, thank you."
"Wish this was a built-in feature of the Analysis Wizard, but this a good workaround. Thanks for posting."
"This is very valuable technote. Please give it high priority to display it in search results."
"The answer was on the money"
"Finally I could resolve my problem. Thanks! "
"The solution worked perfectly."
"Very useful, thank you."'
As you might imagine, this feedback from clients makes our day.
So, as we wrap up the year, a heartfelt thank you goes out to those who, having gotten the answer they were looking for, took the extra step and let us know about it.
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Darrel Rader, a technical skills and development leader in IBM Rational has built this amazingly short (only 6 slides!) but robust presentation on slideshare.net to help explain what learning circles are:
Now that you know what a learning circle is, did you know we've got five of them currently rolled out (with more to come)? Check out the great learning circles below, choose one, and dive in! These learning circles focus on aspects of the product and application lifecycle:
Because you may not have time to browse all the resources and mingle with other learners in one sitting, learning circles help you create your own personal roadmaps, your pathways through the resources.
You can check off items as you complete them, break away whenever you need to, and easily return anytime. No guesswork; no wasted time trying to recreate where you were.
You can keep your progress confidential, of course. But you also have the option of easily sharing your progress with a mentor, your manager, or your team so you can all progress together.
Don't forget to keep and eye on our developerWorks Learning Circles page to see when new circles are added!