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Oh, wait. Not THAT kind of survey.
Just a quick note to let you know that a survey has been created to gather your feedback on the new Rational Software Architect Integrated Self-Paced Training we mentioned in an earlier blog post.
We'd very much appreciate your input! Thanks in advance.
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Now THAT'S a smarter planet!
Automatic Proactive Troubleshooting with IBM Rational Build Forge
Many thanks to authors Spencer Murata and Will Frontiero!
There are so many people in IBM and Rational dedicated to helping you be successful with your Rational products.
Rational Software Architect 8.0 contains an outstanding Integrated
Self-Paced Training (ISPT) course within the product itself, which is a
first for our product releases. The Integrated Self-Paced Training
Essentials of modeling with RSA
contains 17 modules (with labs and demos) that introduce the RSA
modeling capabilities. Each module, which is a separate topic in the RSA
IC, provide links to labs, demos, help topics, and a variety of other
related resources. The labs and demos are available from the
. We delivered the first iteration, which is based on the content from
the RD565: Essentials of Modeling with RSA 7.5 course, in version 8.0
and will be updating the information for the v8.0.1 release.
If you have RSA 8.0 installed on your machine, go to Help -> Help Contents, and in the search text window enter
"self-paced". This will bring up the course description, and within
that description, will be the embedded link to the training course
located on the InfoCenter.
We are looking to collect any feedback from our clients who have reviewed and/or used this new learning feature: to gather client feedback, to find out if the current ISPT is helpful, and what other possible ISPTs we should consider preparing.
What do you think? Want to see more? Let us know via comments on this blog post.
UPDATE: 11/10/10: A survey has been created to collect your feedback. Please consider contributing your thoughts - we'd love to hear from you!