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A three part series by Jim Amsd
Integrating BPMN and SoaML, Part 1. Motivation and Approach- BPMN and SoaML are two recent standards adopted by OMG. The standards overlap significantly, but each provides a particular emphasis on service and process modeling. This article is Part 1 of a three-part series that explores how to use these two modeling languages (either separately or together) on the same or related projects. It introduces requirements and approaches for how to take advantage of their strengths of each and how to avoid redundancy.
Integrating BPMN and SoaML: Part 2. Concepts that guide integration- This article, part 2 of a 3 part series, explores the concepts that guide the integration of BPMN and SoaML. The concepts include how each language approaches encapsulation, contracts (or interfaces), structure and behavior.
Integrating BPMN and SoaML: Part 3. Mapping BPMN and SoaML- BPMN and SoaML are two recent standards adopted by OMG. There is significant overlap between these standards, with each providing a particular emphasis on service and process modeling. This article looks at how to uses their unique features together.
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Good Apps, Bad Apps: Keys to Delivering Exceptional Mobile Applications- In this video Ken Parmelee and Leigh Williamson take you through the realities of mobile application development and the keys to making mobile applications that consumers expect and demand vs. the old ways, methods and mindsets that created bad applications that consumers reject. They also investigate the cost of developing mobile apps, both good and bad.
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You may have thought we were done with the top recap posts, but we have one more we think you'll find useful! Here's the top Urban Code technotes from 2014. These technotes are the most often cited and shared in our Support Engineers' PMR notes all used to help you solve or prevent issues:
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From us in IBM Rational Client Support, we wish you all a very happy New Year and hope the future brings you all the successes and joy you can handle!
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There are some new videos published to the IBM
Rational Performance Tester
Rational Team Concert
Rational Developer for i