Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University

Digital Library

Bill Pollak
November 2016 - White Paper Seven Proposal-Writing Tips That Make Conference Program Committees Smile

Authors: Bill Pollak

Writing a great session proposal for a conference is difficult. Here are seven tips for writing a session proposal that will make reviewers go from frown to smile.

March 2015 - White Paper SEI SPRUCE Project: Curating Recommended Practices for Software Producibility

Topics: Software Architecture, Measurement and Analysis, Cyber Risk and Resilience Management

This paper describes the Systems and Software Producibility Collaboration Environment (SPRUCE) project and the resulting recommended practices on five software topics.

August 2013 - Podcast Mobile Applications for Emergency Managers

Topics: Pervasive Mobile Computing

Learn about the SEI's Advanced Mobile Systems Team's work with the Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Emergency Management Agency.

May 2008 - Podcast Building More Secure Software

Topics: Software Assurance

In this podcast, Julia Allen explains how software security is about building more defect-free software to reduce vulnerabilities targeted by attackers.

July 2007 - Podcast Real-World Security for Business Leaders

In this podcast, William Wilson advises business leaders to use international standards to create a business- and risk-based information security program.

October 2006 - Podcast Why Leaders Should Care About Security

In this podcast, Julia Allen urges leaders to be security conscious and treat adequate security as a non-negotiable requirement of being in business.

October 2003 - White Paper Developing a Communication Strategy for a Research Institute

This 2004 white paper presents a communication strategy that defines products and internal processes for optimizing communication with the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) most important stakeholders.

August 1993 - Book A Practitioner's Handbook for Real-Time Analysis: Guide to Rate Monotonic Analysis for Real-Time Systems

Topics: System of Systems

This book contains a collection of quantitative methods that enable real-time systems developers to understand, analyze, and predict the timing behavior of many real-time systems.