This week I was in New Orleans on the IBM ICE conference. One of the attractions of New Orleans is of course Bourbon Street. I was there with my friend Raz Yerushalmi from IBM. We both like Jazz so we took the occasion to visit a few of the Bars there. On the fly we discussed a lot of Rhapsody’s new features.Read more "Bourbon Street Shortcuts"
Most software development environments use Requirements. if you don’t: shame on you! I will briefly tell you the possibilities that Rhapsody has to include requirements.Read more "Even Paradise has Requirements"
Evaluating Rhapsody, its add-ons and the Willert Framework has never been easier!Read more "Time to Evaluate!"
I have flown a lot and I think I have flown all (modern) airplanes by now. My absolute favorite is the A380. What an airplane. Huge, silent and very comfortable.Read more "A380"
Yes… the title is a bit misleading. I was in the US many times and have therefor visited many states. But no worries, I will speak about UML State-charts as well!Read more "State-chart"
And we re on the way back. A quick post before the plane leaves to bring us back home.Read more "USA II – The Falls."
The Traveling modeler strikes again! This time he is in the USA. But still doing a Rhapsody Q&A WebEx with Europe.Read more "USA"