This briefing/workshop demonstrates the latest version of IBM® Rational®
Software Delivery tools, the broad range of functionality and their use
throughout the entire software development process. The focus during
this briefing is on application modeling, design, development, coding,
and testing. You will get an understanding of the breadth and depth of
the Rational tools, how well they're integrated, and how easy they are
Software development is a business process. IBM recognizes that it takes many different talents to make a development project successful. Every development team has a mix of roles and responsibilities that work toward project success. The software architect and the software developer are key roles for successful software development. The architect is responsible for turning requirements into analysis and design models. The software developer is responsible for designing and implementing an executable code solution, testing the resulting components, and analyzing runtime profiles to debug errors that might exist. A software developer can also be responsible for creating the software's architecture and for employing rapid application development tools.
Software development teams often perform any or all of the following activities:
- Architecture and design
- Coding / implementation / construction
- Component testing
- Runtime analysis
Primary Audience:Software developers and practitioners
Format: Briefing / Workshop
Duration: ½ day / 1 day
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