“If I had only known… if only I had that information, the outcome would have been different.” How many times have you found yourself saying that?
IBM’s Scott Laningham interviews Rocket’s Dan Magid and Bob Potter about mobile, analytics, and everything in between.
Thought-leaders, cool guitars, Fun. Rocket is proud to once again sponsor Information on Demand, and even prouder to be at IOD as an IBM Premier Business Partner. Most of all, we’re thrilled to hear (and learn!) from customers and partners and super-excited to share what our Rocketeers are doing with Big Data, Mobile, Intelligent Infrastructure […]
Happy Ada Lovelace Day! Two of Rocket’s leaders − who happen to be women − share their reflections on the software industry and on women’s legacy in the business.
I’m excited to announce that Rocket is doing its first ever public beta for UniVerse v11.2. As our first public beta, this will be a learning experience for us. We will use this experience to shape how we conduct subsequent public betas.
The industry is all a-buzz a-tweet with ‘Big Data’ problems. Like all good hot industry buzzwords, its exact definition is about as easy to pin down as I am after too much caffeine. It’s generally defined as deriving value from data which has volume, velocity and complexity that defy traditional methods of analysis.
Rocketeer Rajan Kumar gives a Stack Overflow user a great answer. Check it out!
I wanted to take this opportunity to let you all know about an experiment we are running. You can now find demos and sample code for Rocket Software’s U2 products on GitHub!
Greetings friends and Rocketeers! This is Rocket’s stealthy blog launch. If you’re one of the lucky few to see this lonely post, just wait! We’re lining up subject matter experts from across Rocket (and the globe!) to offer you insights and expertise raging from big data, going mobile, cloud computing to running a mainframe environment.