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In this six part demo series on developerWorks, we show you the ins and outs of IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering. All six of the articles below will take you to pages on developerWorks from which you can either click to view the demo, or download the video and transcripts for review later or in secure environments.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 1: Collaboration, Planning and Change Management- In this first demonstration in the lifecycle walkthrough we will show you how to use work item management, project dashboards and lifecycle traceability to deliver greater team collaboration, transparency and improved project over sight.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 2: Requirements Management- In this demonstration, we will update and test a popular software library downloaded from the internet.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 3: Quality Management- In this demonstration in the lifecycle walk-through we will show you how to use requirements and model driven quality management to validate system behaviour and verify compliance as early as possible in the lifecycle.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 4: Architecture Management- In this demonstration in the life cycle walk through we will show you the use of standards based modeling techniques to capture, analyze and design complex systems.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 5: Embedded Software Development- In this demonstration, we will update and test a popular software library downloaded from the internet.
IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering Demo Part 6: Visualise, Analyse and Organise Lifecycle Data (RELM)- We will start inside Rational Team Concert as Susan, our lead systems engineer, and we're working inside the project for the Automated Meter Reader System.
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IBM Rational Rhapsody and Visual Studio 2008 - Workflow Integration
Abstract: An efficient integration between a UML tool and an IDE is an essential aspect of efficient application development. This white paper discusses one such integration between two such widely used tools in their respective domains; IBM Rational Rhapsody and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.
Content: This white paper intends to provide you a with a comprehensive guide on how to successfully use the integration between IBM Rational Rhapsody and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. While the white paper illustrates and discusses certain features of both Rational Rhapsody and Visual Studio 2008, it does not intend to go into the specifics of Rhapsody or Visual Studio 2008. By the end, you will be able to setup and use the integration and its various features that will enable you to be more efficient in the way code and model is handled together.
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Got a good question today and in my best knowledge-sharing fashion, I'm going to share it and my answer with you as well.
Question: We need to onboard several new developers who do not know anything about ClearCase. Do you have a video/presentation that they can see/read that will allow them to connect, check in and check out and perform the basic activities that a developer would do? Thanks!
The following 2 IBM Education Assistant modules (in this order) should be a good start. The first will give the core/basic functionality and the second will provide a set of standardized processes and workflow structure that you may choose to implement.
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IBM Education Assistant is a series of educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business needs.
New IEA modules published in April:
Rational ClearCase Global Monitor Inst
Rational Performance Tester Using Datapools in Rational Performance Tester (published 4/30/2010)
Assist On-site How to get started with Assist On-site (published 4/23/2010)
You can find these, and many more,
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In case you missed it last month, here's another quick nudge to go check out IBM eSupport's
This is a great tool for figuring out what products are compatible with others and how your particular implementations may need to be designed to ensure your success. See? This isn't something we want to keep secret here! So head over to the
We think you'll find these are an invaluable resource to add to your stable of IBM knowledge and solutions! So once you've seen the value, go on and share the knowledge with your colleagues and friends who many be in need of these as well.