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News at SEI 2008 Archive

  • December 2008
  • An archive of News at SEI newsletter articles from 2008
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • Abstract

    Includes:

    • CMMI with Agile, Lean, Six Sigma, and Everything Else
    • Resources for Getting Started with Software Product Lines
    • Predictable Security: Security Analysis Extends Use of High-Performance Chip
    • Performance Improvement: It's a Small World After All
    • Effective and Measurable Results from Combining CMMI and Six Sigma
    • Tackling the Growing Botnet Threat
    • User Network for Software Architecture Technology Is Growing Steadily
    • Workshop Examines SOA Hard Problems and Potential Solutions
    • Being Your Own Boss -- Part V: Building Trust
    • Cyber Attack Scenarios Test Responses
    • SMART Ultra-Large-Scale Systems Forum: Scale Changes Everything
    • Steps Toward Network-Centric Operation
    • Making SIMPLE Decisions about Software Product Lines
    • First Workshop on CMMI High Maturity Measurement Brings Organizations Together
    • Process Improvement in a Multimodel Environment Builds Resilient Organizations
    • Place of Architecture in a Crowdsourced World, The
    • PACC Starter Kit Provides Tools for Developing Systems that Exhibit Predictable Behavior
    • Architecture Competence: What Is It? How Do We Measure It?
    • Requisite Agility
    • Building More Secure Software
    • A Specification for Software Project Performance Measures
    • New Priorities
    • Lessons Learned about Risk Mitigation in Acquisition through Architecture Evaluation
    • How Mexico is Doing It
    • Create, Apply, and Amplify: A Story of Technology Development
    • Educating Educators in Making Better Architecture
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