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Development Solutions for Results-Driven Teams
Universally, stakeholders are demanding increased performance from companies—which puts development teams on the front line! Business responsiveness, time-to marketing, and IT flexibility stem from informed decisions based on current data. Discover how you can address your business challenges with IBM's platform for governing software and systems development.

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IBM Rational Development Team Solutions
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IBM Enterprise Web Solutions
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IBM Rational Development Team Solutions

IBM Rational ClearCase and Rational ClearQuest
This three part series looks at the configuration management capabilities of Rational ClearCase and Rational ClearQuest without the user having to install or configure the tools.
  • Part 1: Provides a basic introduction to Unified Change Management using Rational® ClearCase® and ClearQuest® to manage the software development life cycle.
  • Part 2: Presents an overview of Rational ClearQuest and how it is used alone to manage defects, enhancements and other changes.
  • Part 3: Describes how to perform the basic tasks within Rational ClearCase.
Create a Commercial-Quality Eclipse IDE
This tutorial shows how to fine-tune the UI of your IDE. It shows how to use additional elements in Eclipse to enhance your editor and demonstrates the differences between commercial-quality and amateur IDEs. Click here to learn more.

Trial Downloads
IBM Rational open beta for testing SOA applications
IBM Rational invites you to participate in our open beta program for upcoming Quality Management solutions for testing SOA applications. These new testing tools for SOA enable the automation, creation, execution and analysis of functional, regression and performance testing of non-GUI business processes, composite applications and services. Click here to learn more.

IBM Rational ClearCase Online  
Rational ClearCase is a comprehensive solution that provides integration with design, development, build, test, and deployment tools for controlled access to software assets across the full life cycle. Rational ClearCase is seamlessly integrated with IBM Rational ClearQuest for a complete change and configuration management solution. Click here to learn more.

IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V7.0 
This comprehensive integrated development environment, optimized for IBM WebSphere software V7.0, is powered by the Eclipse open source platform so developers can adapt and extend their development environment to match their needs and increase their productivity. Click here to get started.

Increase Business Development Flexibility with IBM Rational eKit  
This complimentary kit for business application developers provides a collection of materials that can help you understand and use IBM® Rational® products and best practices to build high-quality applications. Click here to access the eKit now.

Testing SOA Applications with Rational Quality Management Solutions
Please join us on March 22nd at 11:00am ET for an upcoming IBM Rational Webcast titled, "Testing SOA Applications with Rational Quality Management Solutions." Attendees will learn how the IBM Rational Testing Solutions for SOA help software delivery and QA teams to improve the quality of SOA solutions, by automating the creation, execution, and analysis of functional, regression, and performance tests of non-GUI business processes and services. Register today.

Flexibility of choice: IBM Rational open source software solutions
Please join us April 5, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. ET (US) to learn more about IBM Rational’s range of flexible options for supporting open source software development—both tooling and support—to help deliver value to your development projects. This live presentation will cover Eclipse, the leading open source development framework focused on developing a universal platform of frameworks and exemplary tools that make it easy and cost-effective to build and deploy software. Register today.

One Tool, One Set of Skills for SOA End-to-End Business Integration
Learn how IBM WebSphere Integration Developer, the unified tool for WebSphere ESB, WebSphere Process Server, and WebSphere Adapters help you rapidly build SOA solutions and simplify integration using service discovery, mediation, and orchestration. No coding required! Register today for this March 15, 2007. Register Today.

IBM Enterprise Web Solutions

Build Secure Web Services
Discover how to authenticate using a user ID and password, ensure integrity using digital signatures, and ensure confidentiality using encryption. Click here to learn more.

The Ajax Transport Method
This tutorial provides code for both the server side and the client side and explains it in detail to provide the techniques you need to put efficient Ajax controls anywhere you need them. Click here to learn more.

The Ultimate Mash-Up—Web Services and the Semantic Web (Six Part Series)
This six part series chronicles the creation of the ultimate mash-up, an application that not only stores data from different mash-ups but uses semantic technology to enable users to create their own mash-ups by swapping services, or even by picking and choosing data.

Part 1: Use and Combine Web Services

Part 2: Manage a Mashup Data Cache  

Part 3: Understand RDF and RDF’s 

Part 4: Create an XML-based Web Ontology Language 

Part 5: Change out Web Services 

Part 6: Give the User Control 

Web Relational Blocks (WebRB)
Web Relational Blocks (WebRB) is a browser-based visual editor and run-time environment that enables developers to visually assemble Web applications without adding any imperative code. WebRB is made for developers of "enterprise" Web applications: multi-page applications, containing non-trivial GUI (graphical user interface) and business logic, whose data reside in relational databases. Try WebRB Now.

alphaWorks Interview
In this interview, David Boloker explains Ajax as the culmination of unfolding technologies since the late 1990s and puts Ajax in the Web 2.0 perspective. He also talks about the role of the Open Ajax Alliance in promoting the adoption of Ajax and interoperability across the toolkits. Click here to listen to the podcast.

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