Clifford C. Huff
Software Engineering Institute
Clifford has more than 30 years of professional software development experience. He is the team lead for Web Services Development and Systems Administration team at the SEI. This team is responsible for development and technical support for key internal and external web infrastructure and websites, like www.sei.cmu.edu, resources.sei.cmu.edu, insights.sei.cmu.edu and workspace.sei.cmu.edu.
He is also a senior mentor with the CMU/ISRI Masters of Software Engineering (MSE) program, and over time has mentored 20+ projects. He is the recipient of 2008 SCS/MSE Coach Award.
As a MSE graduate student, participated with and lead a development team, which developed software for a NASA-sponsored CMU-developed robot called the Tessellator for servicing tiles on NASA's fleet of Space Shuttles.
Before joining the SEI, he was the Technical Director for Office & Engineering Systems program at GTE Government Systems (now General Dynamics Mission Systems).
While serving in the Air Force, he was involved with satellite test and control systems at the Air Force Satellite Control Facility at Onizuka Air Station in Sunnyvale, California.
Publications by Clifford C. Huff
Spinning a Web: Publishing the SEI Software Configuration Management Research on the World Wide Web
November 01, 1994 • Technical Report
Cliff C. Huff
This 1994 report describes the contents of the configuration management research materials that have been published on the SEI World Wide Web (WWW) Server.read
Proceedings of the CASE Management Workshop
September 01, 1992 • Technical Report
Cliff C. HuffDennis B. SmithEdwin J. Morris
This report summarizes the proceedings of the 1992 CASE Management Workshop. At this workshop, SEI affiliates discussed management topics such as CASE acquisition policy, the limits of CASE tools, CASE and metrics, and CASE tool selection.read
Proceedings of the CASE Adoption Workshop
May 01, 1992 • Technical Report
Cliff C. HuffDennis B. SmithKimberly Stepien-Oakes
The 1992 report summarizes the results of the SEI-sponsored workshop, held to address key CASE adoption issues.read