Bill Curtis Keynotes CONSEG 2011

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Bill Curtis

This week, Bill Curtis, SVP & Chief Scientist at CAST will be delivering a keynote presentation at CONSEG 2011 in Bangalore, India.

Bill’s presentation, entitled “The Structural Quality of Business Application Software: An Empirical Report on the State of the Practice.” will focus on the conference theme: addressing the aspects of software engineering that impact the quality of system processes and products.

In his presentation, Bill will cover:

  • The quality problem in externally-supplied software (sourced and COTS/packaged)
  • Measuring and managing the structural quality of applications
  • How to measure the impact of software structural quality on business outcomes

Details:

CONSEG 2011

Dates: February 17-19, 2011

Location: Chancery Pavilion

Residency Road,

Bangalore 560025, India

Registration: http://www.conseg2011.org/register.html

Filed in: CAST News
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