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Engineers from Rational Support have been hard at work producing white papers that help you navigate through some of the more advanced activities for Rational products. Here are some of the latest papers published.
Thank you to Indraneel, Edwin, Krishna, Pallavi, Shinji and Moria for their contributions!
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In this week's downloads post we're shuffling up the format a bit to try and provide even more useful info surrounding the recent releases. Let us know in the comments if you prefer this new format or if you like the older listings style with a single link to the downloads available...
IBM Rational DOORS Requirements Management Framework Add On 220.127.116.11 is now available:
Rational Asset Manager (RAM) 7.5.1 is now available:
And, in conjunction with the new release of RAM, here's the "Top Requested RAM resources" for you to bookmark:
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All the details can be found here:
Pavan Hoskeri, a Rational Support Engineer out of our Bangalore office, will be live-twittering the event for @rationalsupport.
The hashtag for RSC2009 remains the same for all our global events (#rsc2009), so you can follow the action.
If you aren't following us yet on Twitter, now would be a good time to fix that! :-)
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We're knee deep into fall now, and well into November already! How did that happen? I'm not sure of the time-space continuum shift that has truncated this year, but what I am sure of is that our awesome developerWorks authors have been steadily publishing their great articles regardless of how short or long the year has seemed... Here are the latest articles from the past few weeks which have gone live on Rational developerWorks:
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New from TheO
IBM Rational Asset Analyzer: Custom Query (CQ) and User Defined Relationship (UDR): IBM Rational Asset Analyzer provides insight into an application's structure for both the experienced and new developer. Understanding existing application relationships means changes can be made with fewer mistakes and with more focused yet still comprehensive testing, helping complete projects on time and within budget.