7-9 June, 2011 | Dublin, Ireland
On 7-9 June, 2011, delegates from around the world shared ideas and solutions with their global peers, emerging leaders, and noted experts in the software field at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland during the 16th annual SEPG Europe conference.
Dublin’s beauty is unique in its combination of natural features: it is surrounded by green countryside, stunning mountains, and a rugged coastline. Just as these elements and the city’s elegant Georgian-era architecture combine to create a beautiful cityscape, the topics of architecture, process improvement, and security come together to created one powerful conference experience that embodies Global Excellence in Software and Security.
SEPG Europe 2011 offered research results and business solutions to help delegates optimize their performance in every aspect of their organizations.
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To inspire implementable ideas, world-renowned experts and a panel of your peers discussed critical questions in three focus areas:
Creating robust, flexible architectures within real world pressures and constraints is a critical core competency for any organization that builds or acquires software-intensive systems.
Process improvement addresses the reference models, standards, and other methodologies for any organization that needs to address particular problems in engineering management, acquisition, delivery, and workforce development.
Software security achieves better software, better systems, and better systems management. Identifying ways for any organization to improve the security and overall quality of software helps to minimize potential threats and ensure secure networked computing systems.
The SEPG Europe 2011 technical program and networking opportunities allows delegates to be innovative and creative while delivering on-time, high-quality software to their customers. As the global economy shows signs of positive development, these competitive differentiators are a key to an organization’s success.
We enjoyed exchanging ideas with you on Global Excellence of Software and Security in Dublin and look forward to meeting you again in Madrid, Spain for SEPG Europe 2012.
Patrick Kirwan and Alan Willett
SEPG Europe 2011 Technical Program Co-Chairs
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