Thanks for Attending the First Software Solutions Conference
179 people attended the inaugural Software Solutions Conference (SSC) in Alexandria, Virginia, November 16-18, 2015.
Tutorials on Monday, November 16, were well attended and positively received by attendees. A preliminary review of conference-evaluation forms and impressions from a feedback session held at the end of the day on Wednesday, November 18 indicate that the program was also well received and valued by attendees, many of whom said that they planned to attend again next year.
3 Technical Tracks
that organize sessions into three parallel tracks: Project Experiences, Research Topics/Emerging Technology, and Acquisition Practice.
by SEI CTO Kevin Fall.
Expert Panel Discussion
about open systems architecture.
created and delivered by recognized experts who have practical experience in the disciplines they teach. Learn more.
by SEI staff with DoD and government collaborators.
Social Events & Networking
with industry leaders, conference speakers, peers, and experienced innovators in the field of software engineering.
Broad Range of Topics
Computing at the tactical edge
DevOps in the federal government
High-assurance software for real-time systems
Large-scale agile development and agile for
Measurement and analysis
System and software testing
Systems of systems
"All presentations were very professional. It was clear the presenters were motivated and driven to promote quality software engineering."
Kent Thomas, Raytheon
Hilton Crystal City, VA
The conference took place at the Hilton Crystal City in Arlington, VA. Conveniently located next to Reagan National Airport, the Hilton Crystal City was the perfect base to see the sights of the USA’s capital city.
Software increasingly defines the way we live our lives and conduct business. Innovations in software technology enable today’s systems to deliver rich functionality, enhance productivity, spur innovation, and provide competitive advantage. However, with opportunity comes risk: the rapid evolution of software-reliant systems creates risks to society along with unprecedented technical and management challenges. With the increasing reliance on and penetration of software into our lives and society, the need for organizations to predictably develop, acquire, and sustain high-quality software systems has never been greater.