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Making Rational Team Concert Do Anything - The RTC Extensions Workshop

Jim Ruehlin (IBM ), Daniel Toczala

Making with Eclipse · Sponsored
Wednesday, 15:50, 2 hours | Napa

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Learn how you can leverage the Jazz foundation to give you what you want, when you want it. This two hour, hands on workshop explores creating simple extensions which invoke specific behavior in Rational Team Concert. Students will then implement some error handling and parameterization, and will deploy their new custom functionality into the Rational Team Concert environment. The workshop will walk students through the entire process, and students will learn the various different possibilities for extending the functionality of Rational Team Concert using extensions. Students can download RTC for free anytime, and utilize up to 10 free developer licenses to further explore RTC on their own.

Jim Ruehlin is a member of the Jazz Jumpstart team in Southern California. He enables members of the IBM Rational technical community and customers around the world in adopting and customizing Rational Team Concert and Rational Method Composer. His specialties are describing and enacting process, and performing Android development in RTC. He writes articles and blogs about RTC and process issues, and is a committer for the Eclipse Process Framework project.

Dan Toczala works for IBM Rational from his home in Upstate New York. As the Jazz Jumpstart Technical Lead he travels around the world helping various software development organizations more effectively deploy and leverage the Jazz technology. He frequently blogs and writes articles on the Jazz technology and software development in general.