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To continue my Rational Developer for POWER series, the Rational Developer for POWER Systems Software is a modern,
Eclipse-based, multilingual, integrated development environment targeting POWER Linux, AIX, and IBM i systems.
This video provides a step by step demonstration on how to create a new C/C++ project based on existing source files residing
remotely on an AIX or POWER Linux server machine.
It's pretty cool stuff. Check it out!
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To continue the conversation and demos for Rational Developer for POWER Systems Software,
check out this demo that provides a step by step demonstration of how to create a connection
to a Rational Developer for POWER server. It is valid for C/C++ or COBOL projects and can
be used for connecting to an AIX or POWER Linux server.
Remember that it is an Eclipse-based, multilingual,integrated development environment.
It targets POWER Linux, AIX, and IBM i systems.
It's pretty cool!
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Now for my last installment for Rational Developer for Power Systems Software. This demo
will provide an overview of how Rational Developer for Power can be used to develop COBOL
applications for AIX. It is pretty cool stuff. Did I mention that it is Eclipse-based,
integrated development environment targeting POWER Linux, AIX, and IBM i systems.
Check it out! All part of creating a smarter planet through cool development tools.
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The IBM Software Development Kit for Linux on POWER (SDK) is a free, Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE). The SDK integrates C/C++ source development with the Advance Toolchain, Post-Link Optimization, and classic Linux performance analysis tools, including OProfile and Valgrind. The IBM SDK for Linux on POWER provides you with an all-in-one solution for developing software on Linux on POWER platforms.
This demo shows you how to access the SDK using a technique called X-Forwarding, which allows you to integrate the SDK interface to an interface running on your Linux desktop. It also shows you how to create a virtual desktop session on the POWER server and connect to it using either Linux or Microsoft® Windows® clients.
It's all part of creating a smarter planet!
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Check out this series of demos that make up a workshop.It will take you through the steps to rapidly expand your skills in application development on IBM midldeware; take you through all the pieces from the IDE to Application Servers and Databases; help you install a low cost version of Linux and then help you install and Configure the Software. Once that's complete it will show you how to develop, test and deploy an application. You'll gain valuable skills on the following software products:
Websphere Application Server v7
DB2 Express-C v9.7
It's all part of creating a smarter planet through software..
Here are the demos:
Learn how to download and install a Ubuntu image and then go through some basic shell commands to help you navigate through the UNIX® environment. This is part 1 of a 4 part demo series to show you how to implement a solution stack (Rational® Application Developer, WebSphere® Application Server, and DB2® Express-C) on Ubuntu Linux, as well as how to integrate them in a Java application.