IBM Rational Team Concert 2 Essentials
With their straightforward style, Suresh Krishna and TC Fenstermaker have put their years of experience and motivation into this practical guide that assists in finding an integrated approach to increased team productivity. The numerous tips, notes, and suggestions strengthen your grasp of fundamentals and the foundation upon which you are ready to build your customized Rational Team Concert application. Ample screenshots make sure that you get the configurations correct the first time. A real-world Book Manager Application walks you through all the core features of the Rational Team Concert during different phases of development and release. If you are a Project Manager or a Team Member, who would like to find an integrated approach to deal with modern software development challenges, you should read this book. Or if you are someone who likes to stay one step ahead in team management, you have got the right choice here.
- Electronic book text | 308 pages
- 21 Feb 2011
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Suresh Krishna
Suresh Krishna started his career in 2000 as a software engineer in the automotive company Robert Bosch GmbH. During this time, he worked in a variety of roles and successfully delivered several Automotive IDEs based on Eclipse. These tools helped close to 2000 domain engineers at Bosch and its partners to increase productivity. At Bosch Suresh used agile methodologies, especially Scrum, for the geographically distributed teams. Later in 2006, Suresh joined Pramati Technologies where he architected solutions for SOA and mash-up based Eclipse Plugins and RCP Applications. Starting in 2008, Suresh now works for a major Utilities industry and helps developers, customers, and partners to utilize high-productivity tools based on Eclipse. With an in-depth experience of tools and processes, Suresh has a keen eye for solving industry's common problems. This is how Suresh got introduced to Rational Team Concert and its elegant and integrated way of solving some key software development problems. TC Fenstermaker has 20 years of experience developing enterprise-level n-tiered applications for large companies, start-ups, and government agencies, using a variety of technologies. In recent years these include Java, Rich Internet Application development with Java Swing, Java EJBs, JSPs, SWT, ActionScript, and OpenLaszlo, and XML technologies such as XSD. He also has extensive experience with SQL and relational databases. He lives outside Washington DC.