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Big changes are on the way, all based on your feedback...
Here's what's coming in IBM Support Portal:
For a more in depth look into our new, simplified website design check out the eSupport community's blog post which includes over 20 screen shots of the new design based on input from clients just like you!
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The developerWorks Rational Team has recently announced that it is time to clean out the stacks and freshen up a bit.
Over the course of April, they will be reviewing all articles and tutorials on dW older than five years to ensure continued relevancy. If there are any articles or tutorials more than five years old that you want to remain on our site, please tell us over at: http
You can easily scan through a listing all of articles, oldest-to-newest. The deadline for action is April 30th, 2011.
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With Innovate2012 being our focus for the past two weeks, we've held on to some of the great content coming out of developerWorks Rational to make sure we highlighted it when you'd all be back and ready for it! So here you go; the following are the wonderful articles which went live on developerWorks Rational over the past two weeks between June 5th and 15th:
Accelerate test cycles with Rational Quality Manager and a cloud test lab
How to implement a conditional loop in Rational Performance Tester
Implement ongoing analysis and management of business-critical IT applications
Accelerating SAP Deployments with IBM Rational
IBM announces Rational spring launch of products and services
How early Integration testing enables agile development
Integrate Rational ALM applications with SAP Solution Manager
What's new in Rational Software Architect 8.5 and Design Manager 4 beta
What's new in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0
We are also pleased to feature Contributing Author Bhargav Perepa
Bhargav Perepa lives in Leesburg, Virginia, with his IBMer wife, Suj Perepa, and their daughter. As an IBM engineer in a trusted advisor specialist capacity, Bhargav consults with US Federal Government to help position IBM products and solutions for complex and often challenging requirements. Bhargav's sole focus in his current job role is to remove technical inhibitors to adoption of IBM products by the US government. He performs technical feasibility studies, conducts assessments to understand customer business and technical environments, presents proof-of-concept and technologies results, and guides solution implementations and IBM enablement sessions. Bhargav has presented at conferences, teamed up in leadership exchanges, and written articles and IBM Redbooks. He has contributed to the IBM patent portfolio, and he participates in the IBM patent review board. Bhargav is also a university ambassador and a certification and patent mentor for IBM. He enjoys reading The Economist, The Washington Post, US Civil War history, training for and completing marathons, swimming, volunteering for food banks and being election chief, traveling, and hiking (Grand Canyon roundtrip in a day, for example).
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If you're interested in the latest IBM SDK for Java 8.0, head over to the community and grab the files, then get involved! This new version of Java aims to provide Java SE 8.0 compatibility, while exploiting the unique capabilities of IBM platforms to achieve performance and usability improvements. If you'd like to take part in the IBM Java 8 beta just use this url to access the files: htt
This new version of Java aims to provide Java SE 8.0 compatibility, while exploiting the unique capabilities of IBM platforms to achieve performance and usability improvements.
If you'd like to take part in the IBM Java 8 beta just use this url to access the files: htt
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Last month developerWorks moved an unprecedented amount of data and community assets through an upgrade to Connections v4 and to a new hosting environment.
As might be expected with a project of this size, there were a few bumps along the way. To help navigate these changes, following are answers to some of the more commonly asked forum questions since our go-live on April 15. From the FAQs about the upgrade found here, below are some of the items which may help you find your favourites forums once again:
While all forums can be found in the Forum Directory, most of them are actually housed under the Communities category. As noted above though, all the Rational product specific forums you desire to follow can be found under the Forum Dire
For the Rational Cafes, however, check out the Rational Cafe Categories below: