Are you an IBM WebSphere and Rational user? If so, please join our new LinkedIn group, “Rational Choice,” to share your experiences, issues about software performance and problems with developing applications using Rational Application Developer (RAD) software.

We’ll offer a fresh look at the IDE market as a whole with news about tools and companies emerging in this space: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2203567

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*This group is no way affiliated with IBM or its products. The WebSphere Application Server and the Rational Application Developer are registered trademarks of IBM in the United States; and/or other countries


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Posted on Aug 18th 2009