TSP Symposium 2010

September 20-23, 2010 | Pittsburgh, PA

Overview

TSP Symposium 2010

Changing the World of Software Engineering

 

September 20, 2010 (Invitation-Only Workshop and Tutorial - Exploring the Team Software Process: An Introduction)


September 21-23, 2010

Omni William Penn Hotel

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Software Engineering Institute and Carnegie Mellon University are pleased to announce the fifth Team Software Process (TSP) Symposium to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The TSP Symposium is the event where all of the yearly TSP activities will occur. The purpose of the conference is to bring together the seasoned users of the TSP, those involved in its development and transition, and those who are new to the technology and eager to learn more. The attendees will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, concepts, and lessons learned concerning the experiences, best practices, and suggested introduction strategy for the TSP methods and practices.

Symposium Objectives

                           

This symposium will provide a forum for the free exchange of ideas and implementation methodology for TSP, and will afford a unique opportunity to meet with the sponsors, developers, and users of TSP, as well as those offering TSP training, coaching, and implementation assistance.

             

Who Should Attend               

             

The primary audience for this symposium is those individuals who are using the TSP. It is also suitable for practitioners of the Personal Software Process (PSP). Managers and engineers who are interested in learning more about PSP and TSP should attend. The conference will also be of interest to PSP/TSP instructors and TSP launch coaches and the managers and engineers who work with them.

Continue Your Professional Development at TSP Symposium 2010

The SEI will be offering qualification examinations for SEI Certifications at the TSP Symposium in September 2010. Qualification exams are an important step in the process for gaining your SEI Certification. Additionally, the SEI will be offering discounts on qualification examinations for SEI PSP Developer and TSP Certifications at the TSP Symposium 2010. Schedule your exam at the TSP Symposium 2010, and take advantage of this opportunity to stretch your conference dollars and to save $100 off the normal testing fee.

The following exams will be available September 20, 2010 at the TSP Symposium 2010 (exams begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh):

  • SEI-Certified PSP Developer Exam
  • SEI-Certified TSP Coach Exam

Visit our Certification exams portal to create an online account and register for these examinations. Seats are limited, so sign up early!

In the event that testing session(s) are cancelled by the SEI, all registered parties will receive a refund of their testing fees.

TSP Symposium 2010 Important Dates

September 20: Exploring the Team Software Process: An Introduction, Partner Workshop Day (by invitation only), and Certification Exams (registration must be completed 24 hours prior to exam administration)

September 21-23: TSP Symposium 2010

Walk-in registrations are being accepted for the TSP Symposium 2010 (including the introductory tutorial, Exploring the Team Software Process: An Introduction). Please proceed to the 17th floor of the Omni William Penn Hotel to register.


Savings for SEI Members
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Another benefit to SEI Membership is The Monitor, a monthly publication exclusively for members. Read the July 2010 issue which highlights the latest work from the SEI's Team Software Process (TSP) program.


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