Meeting Information - November 4, 2014 @06:45 PM
*Registration @ 06:20 PM
Abstract:
In the world of agile development, the requirements process has been abbreviated. With notecards and backlogs to capture features sometimes one will lose the visibility of the business goals related to the project. How can one keep sight on those goals and drive a solution that will deliver the best value to our users? And what value is there in having the business analyst skillset in our agile projects? Let's explore the assets that business analysis can bring to a project run within an agile development methodology. ... Read More
About ASEE
What is ASEE?

The Dallas-Fort Worth Association for Software Engineering  Excellence is a group composed of software engineering, management, quality and configuration mangement professionals dedicated to advancing software productivity and quality. ASEE objectives focus on raising the awareness of software engineering/quality techniques and methodologies across business industries and software disciplines.

ASEE is affiliated with the Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) and the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon.

About ASEE

What is ASEE?

The Dallas-Fort Worth Association for Software Engineering Excellence is a group composed of software engineering, management, quality and configuration mangement professionals dedicated to advancing software productivity and quality. ASEE objectives focus on raising the awareness of software engineering/quality techniques and methodologies across business industries and software disciplines.

ASEE is affiliated with the Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) and the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon.

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Benefits of joining ASEE

The numerous benefits of joining ASEE, the Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) Dallas Affiliate, include:

  • Monthly meetings with speakers on topics to put into practice
  • Software engineering/quality tutorials and short courses
  • Opportunities to give technical presentations and papers
  • Networking with other software and management professionals
    • Learn about job opportunities from attending members
    • Let fellow professionals know your availability
  • Discover how others are improving software productivity and quality
  • Discounts on important materials and courses
  • Earn credits applicable to ASQ and PMI requirements
    • SPIN meetings qualify for Category 4 PMI credits
    • Earn one PMI PDU for each documented hour - per PMI's Continuing Certification Handbook
    • Earn ASQ RUs (to a category maximum of 9 per recertification cycle)
    • Earn 0.3 ASQ RUs for each SPIN meeting attended - per ASQ's Recertification Journal
    • Check the PMI website or ASQ website for reporting details

How can I participate?

You can participate in ASEE by completing a short membership application online or in person at the monthly meeting. You will receive notification of the next meeting and location. There are no membership dues and the membership lists are not sold or distributed.

To play a larger role in ASEE, you can volunteer to help with any of the numerous short- or long-term projects that drive the success of ASEE by simply sending an email telling us of your availability and how long we can put you to work. We won't tell your current employer, honest.

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Meeting Schedule
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 @06:45 PM
Presented By:
Michael Cimbura, Statera

ASEE Meeting Location
Raytheon North Building inside Gate 1
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Last Meeting Information
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 @06:45 PM
Presented By:
Mark McDonald, Dallas Practice Interview Team Lead

ASEE Meeting Location
Raytheon North Building inside Gate 1
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