Joint Talk on Software Engineering Process and Best Practices at Institute for Software Research was a success!
Strongstep and Scraim held a round of brief mini-talks on the global state and future of software engineering and project management on October 6th, in the Institute for Software Research at Pittsburgh – USA.
The Institute for Software Research – Carnegie Mellon Institute has one of the most recognized masters in the world of Software Engineering. The goal of the Masters program is to create new leaders of industrial software engineering practice.
The graduates of the MSE program will not only understand and be able to apply the best of current practice, but will also be capable to act as agents of change, improving that practice as the field continues to evolve.
Pedro Castro Henriques, Cofounder & CEO of Strongstep and consultant in software engineer, spoke about software engineering best practices across the world and how you can use them in real world situations.
César Duarte, CTO of Scraim, has extensive experience helping companies with software process improvement using Lean and Kaizen. While his background is in engineering, he also has experience in product and project management. His talk was about the Future of Project Management.
Kirk Botula, is a global technology executive focused on advancing the common good through the commercialization of technology and CEO of the CMMI Institute, a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon which helps organizations discover the true value they can deliver by building capability in their people and processes.
The Institute is the global leader in the elevation of organizational performance.
Kirk Botula talked about Capability Counts: Direct Links Between Capability and Competitive Advantage: based upon the theory and practice of competitive strategy to explain how creating distinctive capabilities deliver results that are difficult for competitors to replicate.
For the participants, the goal of this round of brief mini-talks was to fully understand the importance of the future of software engineering and project management.
Scraim and Strongstep congratulates all those involved in the event for the excellent final results and we hope you have enjoyed the pizza!
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