In a previous posting, I had mentioned my intro video for my EclipseCon North America 2015 presentation about Papyrus for RealTime.
Well, the recoding of that session has been available since May, and I must have missed it when it was published. Luckily, it was also highlighted in the PolarSys Blog to remind me that I should also post about it here!
So here it is, for your viewing pleasure:
(And now you know what I sound like…)
Here are two great videos about sharing and, by extension, collaboration:
I do believe that sharing knowledge is important. Within IBM (where I’m employed), I do use many of the tools that are provided us to ensure that this is done – from internal implementations of IBM Connections and Rational Asset Manager to wikis and shared project storage area. I will, however, be the first to state that I could do better.
I was, however, wondering… Does using blogs, twitter, Connections, etc. to convey this message just panders to the converted? Are the people already doing this not the ones who would be reading those media?