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This one-day symposium, the first in a series, was sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and held in Arlington, Va., on March 27, 2018.
Presentations from the program of SSC 2015 (November 16-18, 2015, in Arlington, VA)
This presentation discusses sources of non-determinism, testing ramifications of non-determinism, and recommendations for testing in a non-deterministic world.
This presentation discusses five issues faced by government organizations embarking on the development of enterprise-wide IT systems that integrate and modernize legacy system functions.
This presentation explores using DevOps with the Risk Management Framework.
This presentation explains DevOps, common misconceptions and roadblocks, and how you can use DevOps to help your organization reach new heights of efficiency and productivity without getting frustrated.
This paper describes a method to collect stakeholder preferences about architecture options and uses automated optimization to identify important architecture decisions.
This presentation discusses how principle-based and data-driven decision-making rooted in Agile and Lean principles can be applied across stakeholder groups and support business and acquisition functions to benefit government organizations.
In this presentation, Dr. Boehm proposes a model for estimating the effort that will be needed to complete Agile software development projects.
This presentation introduces the architecture and features of tactical cloudlets and presents a solution for establishing trusted identities in disconnected environments based on the generation and exchange of secure keys in the field.