Well why aren't you an IBM Rational community member yet?
To see the latest forum discussions from developerWorks and Jazz.net, click the Share tab of our community home page. Also in this space, you'll find the latest event announcements and Twitter conversations about #ibmrational.
Follow the feeds, visit the bookmarks, and check out the wikis!
The Feeds section of the community provides some of the best feed links for Rational Software. Of great note is the From the Rational bloggers link which is an aggregate feed based on the 'rational' tag to pull in related blog posts from across developerworks into a single feed. But don't stop there, the bookmarks section provides handy links to other spots in the developerWorks network of communities to find that information you're looking for! And don't miss the wiki pages to help you get started, and contribute to the conversations!
Is that not enough to convince you? Need more? How about some specific examples of the amazing content you can find on the community? Well, just take a look at some of the wonderful highlights of what came through this community home page this month:
- 3 new posts from Jean-Louis Marechaux that focus on agile development, architecture, and design (Pragmatic Architecture)
- Critical fix news for Rational Application Developer, plus subsequent posts about the latest downloads, technote usage, and My Notifications updates for support portal (Notes From Rational Support)
- Tom Baranski tells of a better way to generate COBOL programs to VSE; Plus, learn more about Open EGL (EGL Blog)
- New articles from developerWorks Rational and some tips for getting your speaker application accepted for Innovate (Rational community)
- Get the most out of the Jazz.net library (Jazz.net blog)
So there ya go, now that you're convinced, get going and join in the fun! Here's two fabulous wiki pages to help you get set up:
Now that you've joined the group and learned how to contribute, the ball's in your court! We'd love to see you become an active member. So stop by and say "hi", introduce yourselves to the community managers and members, and tell them Rational Support sent you, they promise not to hold it against you
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