Learn how the IBM Rational® Workbench for Systems and Software Engineering supports the collaboration, workflows, tasks, and management of the work products essential to systems and software engineering.
The version 1.0 release of the Intel® Media Software Development Kit (SDK) equips developers with a standard application programming interface (API) for creating video solutions that target consumer and professional uses. Read this article to learn more about this product as well as the benefits for developers.
This article aims at answering the question, "Is parallel programming hard?" You'll take a look at the distinctions between parallel and sequential programming as well as the three main problems programmers face when it comes to parallel programming.
Software development teams are always looking for an edge to produce features more quickly while retaining a high level of software quality. This document describes best practices for uniting both automated and manual test efforts to improve your software releases and obtain the highest quality releases in the shortest amount of time.
Automated testing will shorten your development cycles, avoid cumbersome repetitive tasks and help improve software quality but how do you get started? The best practices discussed in this white paper help ensure results and a successful foundation for improving your software quality.
This e-guide examines organizational and team challenges of implementing the agile process. This e-guide also will detail how to scale agile software development to large organizations by scaling agile practices and agile work; how to transition small and large development teams to Scrum; and more.
The content in the planning and architecture guides IT Pros in the development of conceptual, logical, and physical designs for configuring Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 features, servers, and topologies.
It's amazing how many books on parallel computing use the term parellelism without clearly defining it. In this technical article, Charles Leiserson, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, provides a brief introduction to this theory.
As Agile is embraced by development organizations everywhere, the need to produce clean, maintainable software quickly is great. To achieve development agility, developers must maintain velocity, eliminate bug debt, and focus on peer interaction. Read this paper to learn how to automate time consuming development activities to boost productivity.