In addition to the above downloads, the following items went live on developerWorks Rational this week as well:
How using Rational Rhapsody UML models helps determine which code to reuse By Joanne L. Scouler (email@example.com), Curriculum Architect, IBM and Martin R. Bakal (firstname.lastname@example.org), Rational Electronics Industry Offering Manager, IBM Modeling while analyzing existing code helps systems developers make decisions about what code to reuse. This article explains the keys to successful reuse and how to reuse code by combining code-centric development with modeling. Product: IBM Rational Rhapsody
Using Rational Change and ClearCase together for changes and configuration By Prajna Dutt (email@example.com), Associate Software Engineer, IBM By configuring the Rational Change for ClearCase Interface, you can use Rational Change and Rational ClearCase together for change and configuration management. Learn how these tools integrate to track implementation of change requests. (Requires intermediate-level knowledge of both tools.) Products: IBM Rational Change, IBM Rational ClearCase
We are pleased to feature Contributing Author Jean-Louis Maréchaux
Jean-Louis Maréchaux is a Rational software engineer at the IBM Canada Lab, focusing on software architecture, Java EE technologies, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and agile software development practices. His involvement with software development projects began in 1997. He has been developing applications first, and then has been acting as a coding architect. As an IBM Rational field practitioner, Jean-Louis helped many customers define the best development environments for their collocated and distributed teams. He is now responsible for the development of training material for some of the IBM architecture, design, and development products and technologies. Jean-Louis is the author of several articles on technologies and practices. He also contributed to A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum (IBM Press, 2010), and he started his Pragmatic Architecture blog in 2011 to share his thoughts on software engineering.
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This week we are also highlighting the following item on our Rational Performance Tester product page that you may find of interest.
- Evaluate: Rational Performance Tester: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/r/rpt/index.html