Notes from the blue sky
Spoke last night at the monthly meeting of the INCOSE NE chapter along with Justin Dyer.
I talked about the IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering. As soon as I can get my presentation uploaded, I'll post it here.
But briefly, I covered four topics:
I'm going to blog about each of these over the next few days.
Here's a link to a bunch of stuff I have posted on the Aviation Week Systems Engineering microsite: IBM Aviation Week SE microsite. Hope you find it interesting.
Finally, the NE chapter of INCOSE will be holding a two day workshop on Model Based Systems Engineering on Nov 9-10 at the Boston-Burlington Marriott, One Mall Road, Burlington, MA 01803.
I'll post the link when I get it.
I forgot to add to my first entry the Rational Harmony Deskbook, written by Peter Hoffmann. It's a great resource for those wanting to learn how to use IBM Rational Rhapsody to do model based systems engineering using Harmony/SE:
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I am Brian Nolan, Go to Market Manager for Aerospace and Defense, IBM Rational Systems Marketing. I'm starting this blog to cover my interests in A&D, systems engineering, model based systems engineering, and anything else that comes to mind in this general arena. I hope to have several colleagues from IBM posting here as well.
For starters, I'd like to point you to two works I've had a hand in:
A recently released e-book from Wiley--Systems Engineering for Dummies: http://bit.ly/SEForDummies
An IBM Redbook--Model Driven Systems Development with Rational Products: http://bit.ly/mdsdRedbook
I've been told to keep things brief ("best practices for blogging"), which I will find very difficult, as I think will several of my colleagues
That's all for now.