This presentation will provide a hands-on "live" demonstration on how to manage Mobile Applications development and release life cycle using IBM tools. Many developers thinks IBM tools are fat and complex. IBM recognized this and now provides a full family of lightweight, developer friendly tools to develop applications, manage their release life cycle and deploy applications on lightweight application servers. The demonstration will show you a real-life developer's workflow, from issue identification and reporting, to application release in the context of a Mobile hybrid application and REST based backend web services. We commit to deliver a technical presentation and demonstration, using maximum 10 slides, no marketing stuffs. Tools Used : Rational Team Concert (RTC), IBM Worklight and WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile Authors: Sébastien Stormacq http://www.yajug.org/confluence/display/~sebastien_stormacq Eric Cattoir Eric Cattoir is a Rational Client Technical Profession at IBM Belgium. He has a long experience with application development on various platforms and in particular in Java. Working at IBM since 1994 he had the chance to get involved with many technologies both on the hardware and software side. Within his current job he is helping clients with improving their control over the application life cycle using the IBM Rational Jazz based tools. Current interest also include enterprise architecture, scaling of agile development to larger organizations, mobile technologies and Smarter City projects.
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