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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.
This brochure describes the benefits of and requirements for taking the Software Product Lines course.
This collection includes two decades of SEI work on software product lines.
This document describes the activities and practices in which an organization must be competent before it can benefit from fielding a product line of software systems.
This bibliography lists SEI and non-SEI resources that have informed the SEI Product Lines efforts. Examples cover diverse domains and show the kind of improvements you can achieve using a product line approach.
This report synthesizes presentations and discussions from a 2010 workshop to discuss product line practices and operational accomplishments.
In this podcast, Nancy Mead discusses how, with support from the Department of Homeland Security, SEI researchers developed software assurance curricula and programs for graduate, undergraduate, and community colleges.
The Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Software Product Line Curriculum provides the training necessary to help organizations successfully implement a product line approach.
In 2012, SEI researchers began investigating vulnerabilities reported to the SEI's CERT Division. A research project was launched to investigate design-related vulnerabilities and quantify their effects.
In this podcast, the authors discuss how a combination of software development and quality techniques can improve software security.