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You may have noticed that IBM Rational recently launched a space within LinkedIn. Our goal is to ensure that anyone looking for an official IBM Rational space within the LinkedIn community will be able to find one; a way to make ourselves more available to you all!
Our efforts within the LinkedIn community, however, won't be focused wholly or specifically on just this new community. The nature of LinkedIn lends itself to be more effective when people from organizations are participating in conversations across LinkedIn groups; not specifically or solely in the Rational Software space.
And since everyone loves action items: we're encouraging you to do two things...
As clients, IBMers, and business partners, we all have specific expertise and focus to provide to the Rational Software LinkedIn group, as well as all the other groups in the space. Using LinkedIn is a benefit to us all through knowledge sharing in the places where you play!
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I love wandering the interwebs and discovering great knowledge sharing out in the wild.
I found a great example that is just too good to share, and so here I am, sharing it with you.
On the LinkedIn IBM Rational Functional Tester Network, someone posted a discussion thread expressing a desire to learn Rational Functional Tester... and the answers came pouring in!
My favorite response was from one of our support engineers, and he kindly gave me permission to share here:
Download Trial version of IBM RFT from the link below :What are your favorite Rational Functional Tester learning resources?
Register on http
You should refer RFT Information Center from the link below , it is a good way to start off with RFT , it has few online videos and tutorials, updates for different versions of RFT. http
Hat tip to Nanesh Bhamkar for the RFT learning resources.
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