A guest post on Rational Support Bangalore hosted Open Mic sessions by KrishnaKanth Naik:
In this fast paced life, when some thing goes wrong, we often ask: why me? When we look back to see what caused this problem - the answer would be the most logical choice was not done/used. But as life goes on so does work at work.
The lessons learned from these experiences become the stepping stone to THINK before deciding. But the question is that how often can you afford do this.
To answer such question in your development environment is to think – RATIONAL(LY).
While the market spoils you with a wide variety choices, to help you decide what you really need-to-do to what should go into your product to what should be first fixed in your code. It takes godly efforts of a well seasoned software engineer to make the right choice.
At Rational, we have designed a wonderful range of tools that help you stabilize your development environment.
We, at IBM Rational Support Bangalore, have initialized a theme "Rational Basics" a series of Open Mic sessions (during IST time-zone friendly hours) for our customers who have been using one of the SDLC tools and have been curious to know more on how life in development could be made uncomplicated by following more industry standards that are easily enforced by using Rational Tools – backed with the solid support from your friendly Rational Client Support (RCS) team.
To get closer to you, our clients, we have initiated this series of Open Mic sessions, where you will be exposed to the world of Rational products and support. We will be showcasing a product from each of the domains, followed by more deep dives in the subsequent sessions. Deep Dive sessions are planned with intent that you can identify the potential problems in your environment before they become troublesome, but to start with, we will begin with the BASICS.
O P E N M I C - Rational Basics
|Open Mic Title||Date||Time (IST)||Speaker|
|First Step towards kick starting Rational Product usage: Rational Licensing Basics||Friday, 27th July, 2012||3PM - 4PM||Naval Kishore Borah|
|A sneak peek into IBM Rational DOORS||Monday, 30th July, 2012||3PM-4PM||Pavan Hoskeri|
|Has Prioritization been a problem, Venture into the world of Rational Focal Point ® to Collaborate, Prioritize and Visualize with a simplicity beyond imagination||Tuesday, 31th July, 2012||3PM - 4PM||Mritunjay Sharma|
|The Model-based solution to the code maintenance nightmare using Rational Rhapsody||Wedneday, 1st August, 2012||3PM-4PM||Jose Peter and Ashirbad Dash|
|Get SCMed Part #1: Configuration Management using IBM Rational ClearCase part #2: Managing the most unwanted but unavoidable phenomenon in development environment – “Change”, using Rational ClearQuest||Thursday, 2nd August, 2012||3PM - 4PM||Avinash Srinivasamurthy and Raghavendra Subramanya Naveen Anbalagan and Pradeesh Parameswaran|
|Role of Rational Publishing Engine in automating your document generation process from different Rational Tools||Friday, 3rd August, 2012||3PM-4PM||Abish Zachariah1 and Ajay Nagpal|
|Jazzing up your quality management space, a 60 minute runway on Rational Quality Management ® to expedite your insight||Monday, 6th August, 2012||3PM - 4PM||Sunil Kumar Rao|
|Jumpstart your agile development with Rational Team Concert||Tuesday, 7th August, 2012||3PM-4PM||KrishnaKanth Naik|
To get an individual invite for any of these sessions, please email the blog author: KrishnaKanth Naik (firstname.lastname@example.org)