Now available in the open beta for ClearQuest 8.0.1 is the improved ability to update multiple records in the ClearQuest Web client. ClearQuest development has recorded a demonstration of the changes and would like your feedback!
In ClearQuest Web 7.1 and 8.0, it was only possible to perform simple modifications to multiple records. The feature now has several improvements, including the ability to perform state transitions on multiple records. You can find the demonstration of these changes in the download list for the ClearQuest Open Beta.
This feature is still in development, and your feedback is appreciated to help with improvements. See ClearQuest Open Beta Support for info on posting feedback or questions. Keep in mind that ClearQuest 8.0.1 is in beta and is subject to change. See the open beta website for more information on the program's terms and conditions.
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This new video shows how to generate code coverage statistics during a project build with Rational Team Concert, view reports, and create work items for code improvements.
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Recently posted on YouTube is an IBM Rational Installation Manager (IM) video detailing how to install and/or remove the Installation Manager (IM).
In addition to the IM video, you can also view how-to style videos on silent installs of ClearCase and ClearQuest, as well as recording installations of ClearCase and ClearQuest on Windows. These, and more to come, can be found on the IBM Rational Support channel at: http
While you're there, why not stop by the IBM Rational Software channel as well at http
Stay tuned for more great videos coming your way!
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The replay of the TED talk "Final Jeopardy! and the Future of Watson" is available here:
Host Stephen Baker, author of "Man v. Machine," discusses Watson's performance on Jeopardy!, and the possible real-world applications of this technology with a panel of experts. The panel includes: IBM Watson Principal Investigator Dr. David Ferrucci, IBM Fellow and CTO of IBM's SOA Center for Excellence Kerrie Holley and Columbia University Professor of Clinical Medicine Dr. Herbert Chase.
I highly recommend taking the 33 minutes and watching this panel discussion. Some amazing bits of information about Watson's early beginnings, challenges, and what the future may hold. Exciting stuff!
And how about some other links about IBM's Watson while we're at it... lots of great info here:
As you digest all the information from the links above, I'll leave you with this: Jim Powers, a Worldwide Technical Enablement Lead for IBM Software Group, Sales, gave us some fun and interesting insights after Wednesday night's final Jeopardy! game.
"I had the privilege of attending the Littleton lab event last night to watch Watson kick some (very smart) human butt with 300+ of my colleagues and their families. I was both impressed and proud (as was the rest of the audience), as we watched a machine about the size of several refrigerators make television history.
Some great food for thought there, Jim...
This week has truly been ground breaking for our understanding of what natural language processing can accomplish. I can't wait to see where this technology takes us in the future, both from the machine perspective personified by Watson, but also from the social-learning and social business perspective as Jim outlined. Exciting times!