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DR-2198 Tips and Tricks for Getting the Most Out of IBM Support
Day: Sunday, Jun 3, 2012
Location: Southern III
Speaker: Patrick OConnor, IBM Electronic Support Adoption
Session Code: DR
Stream: The Rational Network
TODAY! Robin and Brianna present Define and Manage Requirements with IBM Rational Requirements Composer
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Day: Mon, Jun 4, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Swan 2 - Swan
Speakers: Robin R. Bater, IBM; Brianna M. Smith, IBM
Session Code: WKSP
Description: This workshop dives into the analyst role of the IBM Rational collaborative lifecycle management (CLM) solution powered by IBM Rational Jazz. Understand how IBM Rational Requirements Composer extends the next iteration user stories with additional user interface sketches and storyboards, business process diagrams, use cases, vision documents, review and approval, commenting, and management for impact and coverage analysis. The workshop also examines the use of the user stories and additional detail through the development lifecycle of an application.
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Here's a brand spankin' new 4 part video series on using IBM Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence (RRDI). The videos are available in HD and full screen!
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TODAY! Tina and Brianna present Case Study with Caroline: Disneys Experience in deploying IBM Rational Tools
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Day: Tue, Jun 5, 2012
Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Location: Southern V - Dolphin
Speakers: Caroline Musgrove, Walt Disney World Resorts; Brianna M. Smith, IBM; Yan (Tina) Zhuo, IBM
Session Code: RDM
Description: Organizations often experience challenges eliciting, elaborating, tracking, and tracing requirements and change requests that impact multiple projects and programs. They feel hampered by an inability to conform to multiple development styles while yet attempting to implement a common framework. They have challenges tracking multiple projects with varying release schedules and dates. And they need better operational effectiveness, including better collaboration, better traceability, and the ability to infuse visual techniques and improve visibility across the lifecycle. For attendees who face similar challenges, this presentation attempts to answer these questions and more. Learn how Disney partnered with IBM to identify a framework whereby teams could effectively elicit, elaborate, and validate requirements, as well as provide better visibility across the lifecycle from business need to solution, from requirements through development and test.
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Day: Wed, Jun 6, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Location: Northern A4 - Dolphin
Speakers: Larry Holm, Lender Processing Services; Zhe Leonard, IBM
Session Code: QM
Description: This session presents an important new manual test automation feature that helps test teams obtain greater lift and test velocity manual test automation (MTA). In IBM Rational Quality Manager 2012, this important new feature writes scripts in plain English, describing the users mouse and keyboard actions while taking screenshots of the application under test. This allows testers to fast-track legacy script conversion, plan rapid original tests, and quickly develop robust exploratory tests. Come see MTA in action, learn how to get the most lift, and find out how to influence this features design and development effectively starting at this early stage. Learn how LPS benefits from partnering with IBM through the Design Partner Program (DPP). Attendees come away with emerging best practices in MTA and learn how to use MTA to design tests and get ready for IBM Rational Quality Manager 2012.
Day: Wed, Jun 6, 2012
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Location: Southern V – Dolphin
Speakers: Jeanette Deupree, IBM; Brianna M. Smith, IBM; Daniel T. Moul, IBM; Devang Parikh, IBM; George DeCandio, IBM; Jared Pulham, IBM; Muhtar Burak Akbulut, IBM; Robin R. Bater, IBM; Yan (Tina) Zhuo, IBM
Session Code: RDM
Description: Come and talk to the product owners, developers, and testers who work on IBM Rational Requirements Composer, as well as the consultants and services people who support the product in the field. Participants can ask questions they would not normally ask support or maybe cannot ask support. They can also ask about the roadmap, best practices, how tos, how things are done in IBM, and anything product related.