The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute is pleased to announce that the Team Software Process (TSP) Symposium 2014 will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 3-6, 2014. Co-chairs for 2014 are Alan Willett of Oxseeker, Inc. and Bill Pollak of the SEI.
We have worked to increase the impact of the TSP Symposium each year. Our goal for this upcoming year is to increase value to our regular audience and to attract and bring new insights to newcomers by broadening the scope of the program. If you have suggestions for improvement or questions about the upcoming event, feel free to contact Alan or Bill to discuss your ideas.
A performance framework for both software and non-software development that has been used for approximately a decade, TSP is a proven method to help teams to plan, evaluate, manage, and control their work. The TSP Symposium 2014 is a forum for both new and experienced users to discuss the successes, challenges, and lessons learned from their teams and organizations. TSP Symposium 2014 attendees will learn about issues other users have faced and find solutions to take back to their own organizations to jumpstart their process improvement effort. The TSP Symposium 2014 program will include keynote presentations, full-day tutorials, technical sessions, interactive discussions led by the SEI’s TSP Team, and several organized networking activities throughout the week. TSP/PSP instructors, TSP coaches, PSP developers, team leads, and executives will all benefit from the ideas presented at the TSP Symposium.
The TSP Symposium 2014 seeks presentations that are fresh and innovative, as well as those providing new perspectives on existing concepts. Details regarding registration, accommodations, and more will be added soon, so be sure to bookmark this page and to sign up to receive email updates. We hope to see you in Pittsburgh in 2014.
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