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Once again, our friends at IBM Rational User Education have released some great videos to help you with integrating DOORS and RTC, as well as discussing some advanced functions and features in the DOORS 9.x versions. Both series are a bit of a different style video than you may be used to from support as they are presented by product SMEs in a webinar / discussion style.
Note: We've only embedded the first video so as to not overwhelm this post with embedded youtube players.... for the other three, you'll need to click through the title links to enjoy.
Integrating IBM Rational DOORS and Rational Team Concert, Part 1, with Steve Grossman- Integrating IBM Rational DOORS and Rational Team Concert, Part 1 with Steve Grossman. In this 2 part video series, Rational Technical Specialist Steve Grossman walks you through Why you should integrate requirements management (DOORS) and change management (RTC).
Integrating IBM Rational DOORS and Rational Team Concert, Part 2, with Steve Grossman- Integrating IBM Rational DOORS and Rational Team Concert, Part 2 with Steve Grossman, including DOORS-RTC integration demonstration. Jazz Integration Arch
Advanced Functions and Enhancements for IBM Rational DOORS v9.X - Advanced Functions and Enhancements for IBM Rational DOORS v9.X with George Siampos
Advanced Functions and Enhancements for IBM Rational DOORS v9.X, Part 2- Advanced Functions and Enhancements for IBM Rational DOORS v9.X, Part 2, with IBM Rational DOORS Technical Specialist George Siampos.
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Here is a great tip and trick to find help directly on your local system!
Various Ways of Deploying and Using IBM Rational Product Help Software- This video contains information about how to use IBM Rational Help systems. The Help can be deployed and used locally, through an internal company intranet, or streamed over the web.
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You're about to see the movie that holds the Guinness World Records record for the World's Smallest Stop-Motion Film (see how it was made at
The ability to move single atoms - the smallest particles of any element in the universe - is crucial to IBM's research in the field of atomic memory. But even nanophysicists need to have a little fun. In that spirit, IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to move thousands of carbon monoxide molecules (two atoms stacked on top of each other), all in pursuit of making a movie so small it can be seen only when you magnify it 100 million times. A movie made with atoms. Learn more about atomic memory, data storage and big data at
Today, it takes roughly one million atoms to store a single bit of data on a computer or electronic device. A bit is the basic unit of information in computing that can have only one of two values, one or zero. Eight bits form a byte. Recently, IBM Research announced it can now store that same bit of information in just 12 atoms.
From 1,000,000 to 12 - that’s a dramatic breakthrough that not only has the potential to make our computers and devices smaller and more powerful, but also holds enormous implications for the way entire industries operate.
The world's smallest movie set:
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Using IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation's Rich Client Interface- In this video, narrator and Rational DOORS NG technical specialist Jon Walton walks you through using IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation's Rich Client Interface. The Rich Client interface varies from the web client interface in many significant ways. Jon shows you tips and tricks to using the interface, including many of the improvements that have been made since DOORS v9.x.