Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
SEI Podcast Series
May 28, 2015

Defect Prioritization With the Risk Priority Number

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Will Hayes

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Julie B. Cohen

"A defect that exists on my path is not really a high priority for you, but it is everything to me because it blocks my ability to use the system."

"A defect that exists on my path is not really a high priority for you, but it is everything to me because it blocks my ability to use the system."
May 14, 2015

SEI-HCII Collaboration Explores Context-Aware Computing for Soldiers

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Jeff Boleng

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Dr. Anind Dey

"About two years ago we got some funding to look at how can we more effectively share information in a group of soldiers. We developed a data model that would encapsulate the mission, role, and task of those soldiers. As we started sharing information, we started realizing that we can queue on the numerous sensors in mobile devices to do an even better job of delivering information.  "

"About two years ago we got some funding to look at how can we more effectively share information in a group of soldiers. We developed a data model that would encapsulate the mission, role, and task of those soldiers. As we started sharing information, we started realizing that we can queue on the numerous sensors in mobile devices to do an even better job of delivering information.  "
April 23, 2015

An Introduction to Context-Aware Computing

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Dr. Anind Dey

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Dr. Jeff Boleng

"My take on context awareness is it is this ability to adapt how an application works with knowledge of what is going on around it. That is, who is using it, information about that individual, information about where they are, what they are doing, and what their preferences are. It is all this information about context of use, and then using that information to adapt how an application works."

"My take on context awareness is it is this ability to adapt how an application works with knowledge of what is going on around it. That is, who is using it, information about that individual, information about where they are, what they are doing, and what their preferences are. It is all this information about context of use, and then using that information to adapt how an application works."
April 09, 2015

Data Driven Software Assurance

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Michael D. Konrad

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Art Manion

"If you are building software that is going to exchange messages on the internet or be part of a web service or something, there are a handful of attacks you can very well predict. They are going on all the time in the background.  "

"If you are building software that is going to exchange messages on the internet or be part of a web service or something, there are a handful of attacks you can very well predict. They are going on all the time in the background.  "
March 26, 2015

Applying Agile in the DoD: Twelfth Principle

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Suzanne Miller

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Mary Ann Lapham

"Now, most DoD organizations are attuned to doing lessons learned at the very end of a project: What did we learn? What worked? What didn’t? What are we going to do different on the next one we are working on? But, we don’t wait in Agile until the very end. We do it to the end of each sprint, each release, each stopping point, if you will. So, the team actually gets involved in this. "

"Now, most DoD organizations are attuned to doing lessons learned at the very end of a project: What did we learn? What worked? What didn’t? What are we going to do different on the next one we are working on? But, we don’t wait in Agile until the very end. We do it to the end of each sprint, each release, each stopping point, if you will. So, the team actually gets involved in this. "

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