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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.
Jared Ettinger describes preliminary findings and best practices in cyber intelligence identified through a study sponsored by the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Ritwik Gupta and Carson Sestili describe deep learning, a popular and quickly growing subfield of machine learning.
Summer Fowler and Ari Lightman discuss the evolving role of the chief risk officer and a Chief Risk Officer Program that is developed and delivered jointly by CMU’s Heinz College of Information Systems and the SEI’s CERT Division.
Eliezer Kanal and Michael Coblenz discuss the creation of Obsidian, a novel programming language specifically tailored to secure blockchain software development that significantly reduces the risk of coding errors.
Eileen Wrubel and Hasan Yasar discuss how Agile and DevOps can be deployed together to meet organizational needs.
Carol Frieze, Grace Lewis, and Jeria Quesenberry discuss CMU’s approach to creating a more inclusive environment for all computer science students, regardless of gender.
In this podcast, the panel discusses technical innovations that can be applied to the Department of Defense including improved situational awareness, human-machine interactions, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data, and continuous integration.
In this podcast, which was excerpted from the webinar Is Software Spoiling Us?, the panel discusses awesome innovations in daily life that are made possible because of software.
In this podcast, Eileen Wrubel, technical lead for the SEI's Agile-in-Government program leads a roundtable discussion into how Agile, DevOps, and the Risk Management Framework can work together.