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Pittsburgh, Pa., August 8, 2012—The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) has announced the slate of software engineering thought-leaders who will serve as keynote speakers for the Team Software Process (TSP) Symposium 2012. Held in St. Petersburg, Fla., on September 17-20, the TSP Symposium 2012 keynote line-up includes Girish Seshagiri, chief executive officer at Advanced Information Services; Rod Chapman, principal engineer at Altran Praxis; and Fernando Jaimes, fellow at the Monterrey Institute of Technology.
The symposium theme, Delivering Agility with Discipline, explores the idea that to be agile, teams must start with a disciplined, defined approach, but recognize the opportunity to make changes based on information gathered along the way.
“The Team Software Process is an agile, disciplined, high-performance process that helps organizations address issues associated with cost, schedule, quality, and predictability, and to plan for quality,” said Bill Nichols, TSP Symposium 2012 technical chair. “The keynote speakers and representatives from industry and government entities from around the world will share how using TSP helps organizations establish a mature and disciplined engineering practice that produces secure, reliable software in less time and at lower costs.”
In addition to the keynote speakers, data-rich technical program, and organized networking events, the TSP Symposium 2012 also offers practitioners an in-depth learning opportunity with full-day tutorials on introductory and advanced TSP concepts.
“Engineers, TSP coaches, team leaders, executives, and potential TSP users who are interested in learning how to plan for quality will find value in the content presented at the TSP Symposium,” added Nichols.
About the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI helps organizations make measurable improvements in their software engineering capabilities by providing technical leadership to advance the practice of software engineering. For more information, visit the SEI website at http://www.sei.cmu.edu.
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