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Last month the following technotes were the most heavily reused when closing PMRs opened by you, our clients. These are the top content reused during April to help solve your Rational Focal Point, Rational Change, Rational Team Concert, or Rational Quality Manager issues. We hope that highlighting them here will help others encountering the same or similar issues also find quick resolution:
Rational Team Concert:
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Here are some more wonderful articles and a new blog highlighted this week over on developerWorks Rational this week:
Scale load balancing by configuring Rational DOORS Web Access
Test terminal-based applications automatically with Rational Functional Tester
New: Agile Antswers blog This week we are also highlighting the following item on our home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
This week we are also highlighting the following item on our home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
We are also thrilled to feature Contributing Author Tilak Mitra
Tilak Mitra lives in the city of Coconut Creek in the sunshine state, Florida. Professionally, he does enterprise-scale, complex IT architectures, designs software, and builds systems, primarily within the industrial sector. When he is not leading teams on client engagements, he evangelizes how a service orientation can be leveraged as a means to foster building business-aligned, resilient IT systems. When he is not at work, he satiates his passion for sports through the game of cricket, which he actively plays, braving the Florida sun for seven hours on weekends. He carries his favorite Nikon D7000 as his lens into the world of the creativity of nature and human behavior. Tilak has written close to 25 technical articles and has co-authored two books: SOA Governance: Achieving and Sustaining Business and IT Agility (IBM Press, 2008) and Executing SOA: A Practical Guide for the Service-Oriented Architect (IBM Press, 2008), both of which are available on on Amazon. Reach him at email@example.com.
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Following is a list of the recently published Tech Notes on ClearQuest APIs. These Tech Notes are really useful and required for ClearQuest Admins on day-to-day basis.
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The IBM Rational Licensing Support Team in Bangalore is conducting an Open Mic session covering token licensing concepts. This session is helpful to those in that area looking for more information on the topic.
Feel free to to nominate yourselves, or any members from your team who are interested in taking part in these sessions by entering the details in the Open Mic registration page.
For more information on these and other sessions, see the Rati
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From the list below, it would appear that this past year you all were big on some of our thought leadership items. Following are the top ten (well technically eleven, but 6 fall under a single topic, so I figured I owed you at least one more) posts which garnered the largest number of views over the course of 2012:
From our Working outside the Inbox series:
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