Conference Summaries

INCOSE 2007 – Stakeholder Analysis Discussion

I attended a talk at INCOSE called Using stakeholder analysis to define the problem in systems engineering by Tim Trainor and Gregory Parnell. This talk couldn’t have been any more perfect for me right now because I’m improving our elicitation training, so I was able to find some inspiration here! …

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INCOSE 2007 – opening session

I’m at INCOSE 2007 this week, and yesterday I wrote this post while listening to the opening key note – Kuldeep Kumar Gharatya from the London Underground gave a fascinating talk called Mind the Gap: Applying SE to Address the Delivery Challenges of London Underground Programmes. He is the head …

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Seilevel will be at Innotech Conference

Seilevel will be an exhibitor at this year’s InnoTech Business & Technology Innovation Conference & Expo on Thursday November 2, 2006! General admission is only $30.00 which gives you access to all of the conference sessions, keyenote speakers, exhibits and vendor seminars. Please stop by and see us!http://www.innotechaustin.com/

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Day 1 RE’06 (update from Joy)

“That’s neat, but…so what?” I noticed myself frequently thinking these words at RE’06. Like Tony, I found myself disappointed that academia seems removed from the practical world of requirements engineering. I believe it’s supposed to work like this – the academics do research in new areas, come up with brilliant …

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RE ’06

Joy and I are at the 14th annual Requirements Engineering conference in Minneapolis. Over the next 3 days we will report on the sessions which represent the state of the art in the requirements engineering field. http://www.ifi.unizh.ch/req/events/RE06/

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Finding missing requirements

I went to a two day requirements training course the last week which did a great job of covering the basics of requirements. The course was taught by Cheryl Hill at Compliance Automation . I thought the content was great, but that there was a hole in their methodology for …

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Everybody’s Favorite Topic, Software Requirements

Don’t blame me if the title of this seems a bit sarcastic; it’s the opening line Karl Weigers gives for his webinar, Software Requirements: 10 Traps to Avoid. Personally, I enjoyed the webinar. I thought his introduction, covering the hierarchy of software requriements (scope–use cases–functional requirements) was a good introduction …

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