Notes from Rational Support
Jazz.net is live with a completely reworked and improved website
The new Jazz.net site includes the addition of Rational Requirements Composer, Quality Manager, and Focal Point for Project Management. We have done what you asked for and made much more of our Jazz Development open and transparent. Now clients and community members will be able to enjoy the benefits of transparent development but no longer just for Rational Team Concert. Now you can participate with us in shaping plans, prioritizing fixes, and interacting directly with our expanding Jazz Development Team for three new Jazz Products. See http://jazz.net/ for the complete details
eGuide now on Jazz.net
IBM Rational support has taken all the best links from our RSDC eGuide mini-CD and posted them online at http://jazz.net/eguide! This one page contains the latest links to the most important & helpful Rational support areas on ibm.com, developerWorks and Jazz.net.
Check it out!
Historically, when you think about support content, you think tech notes and tech docs.
But support provides other content to help you be successful with our Rational products, like IBM Education Assistant modules - multimediaeducational modules designed to help you gain a better understandingof IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet yourbusiness requirements.
Thought you might be interested in seeing the Top Ten Rational IEA modules for March:
Is there a topic you'd like to see in a future IEA module? Leave a comment and let us know!
Thrilled to pieces to announce the availability of 5 new Rational Team Concert education modules in IBM Education Assistant.
IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
Please check them out and let us know what you think ... either via the feedback mechanism at IEA or by leaving a comment here.
Many thanks to Steven Jin and Pam Barnard!
Four times a year, we review and gather up content that has beenidentified by clientsand support as the most usefultechnotes in solving problems or answering questions, and publish it ina document we call the Top Rational FAQ Links by Product.
This document has been updated for 1Q09, and republished. You can find it here:
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New this quarter:
Rational Business Developer
Rational Quality Manager
ClearCase and MultiSite
ClearQuest and MultiSite
Rational Data Architect (Information Management)
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Got a note from Dan Gouveia yesterday, which he's kindly given me permission to reproduce here.
The heritage Boston Metro Rational User Group is cominginto 2009 as its own entity, separate from the Boston Metro RationalClearCase User Group. To avoid any confusion, the user group will nowby named – “New England Rational User Group”.w00t! Two Boston area Rational User Groups! :-)
I am writing toyou today because you are listed as a current member of the legacy usergroup. I heartily invite you to continue your participation with us aswe begin to roll out some exciting new initiatives throughout thecoming year. Please let me know if you wish to embark on this newjourney with the “New England Rational User Group”. [...] if youwould like to send me your thoughts on any ! topic, related to this newendeavor, I would love to hear them. You can email me at:email@example.com.
We are taking the month of March to developa series of presentations and activities that will be deliveredvirtually as well as in person. We also plan on developing polls tohelp us gauge where everybody’s interests lie.
I hope that youwill carry your continued participation into the new organization. Ourgoal is to enable you through community and IBM channels, helping yourealize the potential of your IBM/Rational/Telelogic solution(s).
NOTE: To reiterate - the Boston Metro ClearCase User Group will still be functioning. It will just be a separate entity.