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Mike Phillips and Harry Levinson examine the intersection of three themes that emerged during the SEI’s work with one government program: product line practices, software sustainment, and public-private partnerships.
In this episode, Felix Bachmann and James McHale discuss their work on a project between the SEI and Bursatec to create a reliable and fast new trading system for Groupo Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, the Mexican Stock Exchange.
In this podcast, Julien Delange summarizes different perspectives on research related to code generation from software architecture models.
In this podcast, Dr. Julien Delange discusses fault tree analysis and introduces a new tool to design and analyze fault trees.
Peter Feiler was named an SEI Fellow in August 2016. This podcast is the second in a series highlighting interviews with SEI Fellows.
In this podcast, Kate Ambrose Sereno and Naomi Anderson discuss research aimed at developing adoptable, evidence-based, data-driven approaches to evaluating (open source) software.
In this podcast, Dr. Neil Ernst discusses the findings of a recent field study to assess the state of the practice and current thinking regarding technical debt and guide the development of a technical debt timeline.
This podcast explores three roles and three failure patterns of software architects that he has observed working with industry and government software projects.
In this podcast, Julien Delange discusses security modeling tools that his team developed and how to use them to capture vulnerabilities and their propagation path in an architecture.
Grace Lewis discusses general guidelines for architecting service-oriented systems, how common service-oriented system components support these principles, and the effect these principles and their implementation have on system quality attributes.