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news@sei columns written by the SEI's Watts Humphrey between June 1998 and August 2008
This report communicates status, progress, lessons learned, and next steps for the Mexican TSP Initiative.
TSPi is a scaled-down academic version of the TSP that helps graduate and advanced undergraduate students apply the principles and practices of the TSP.
This 2009 report examines the reasons why some programs fail and studies the factors that lead to program success.
This 2009 special report provides a bibliography of books, articles, and other literature concerning the PSP and TSP methodologies.
This guidebook is designed to explain the steps for becoming an SEI-Certified Team Software Process (TSP) Coach or SEI-Certified TSP Mentor Coach, with emphasis on guiding individuals through the mentoring process. This guidebook defines the structure and format of the mentor and provisional coach relationship, and explains the process steps and evaluation criteria for becoming an SEI-Certified TSP Coach or Mentor Coach.
This report describes the fundamental concepts of process performance models (PPMs) and describes how they can be created using data generated by projects following the TSP.
The software community has been slow to use data to measure software quality. This paper discusses the reasons for this problem and describes a way to use process measurements to assess product quality.
One of the most intractable problems in software is getting engineers to consistently use effective methods. The Software Engineering Institute has worked on this problem for a number of years and has developed effective methods for addressing it.