Rhapsody Enlightenment Webinar Series                             Go to 2013 Calendar & Recordings    Go to 2014 Calendar & Recordings

Whether you are new to Rhapsody or a long time user, please join us for any or all of the following free webinars for Rhapsody.
This series has something to help everyone get to the next level with Rhapsody.
 
 
 
Rhapsody Enlightenment Series
 
 
Date
12-1 ET
Webcast series - Alternating between Systems Engineering & S/W Engineering
Speaker
Link to Recording
5/17
  12-1 ET
Introducing Modeling and Architectural System Analysis into your Organization: How to do it and Why to do it  Ed Mayer Recording
5/25
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: What is it?  How do I do it, and Why do I want to do it? Barclay Brown
6/8
12-1 ET
Skipped for the Innovate Development Conference in Orlando, FL
     
 
6/22
12-1 ET
Validating the consistency & completeness of your requirements with modeling Manohar Rao
Recording
7/13
12-1 ET
Reverse Engineering existing code into Rhapsody Chris Carson
Recording
7/27
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: Importing Requirements from DOORS to Rhapsody Justin Dyer
Recording
8/10
12-1 ET
Safety Critical Software Development with Rhapsody Bruce Douglass
Recording
8/24
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: Trade Study Analysis Gavin Arthurs
Recording
9/612-1 ET   Timing & Performance Analysis with Rhapsody & INCHRON Tool-Suite –
   Answer the ‘When?’ Question
  INCHRON Recording
9/14
12-1 ET
Rhapsody Now and Next (What's New in Rhapsody) Rick Boldt
Recording
9/28
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: Automating Harmony SE Processes with the SE Toolkit Andy Lapping
Recording
10/12
12-1 ET
How to Organize Your Model for Teaming, Reuse, Configuration Management Ed Mayer
Recording
10/26
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: Creating Combined Simulations with Rhapsody and The Mathworks Simulink Ron Felice
Recording
11/9
12-1 ET
Test Driven Development with Rhapsody TestConductor Justin Dyer
Recording
12/14
12-1 ET
Systems Engineering: New! Rhapsody Model Requirements Traceability to DOORS with OSLC Ed Mayer
Recording