news@sei interactive: new issue available

news@sei interactive: new issue available

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(http://interactive.sei.cmu.edu/).

The articles in this issue are

  "Documenting Software Architectures"

  "Second International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems"

  "SEPG(sm) 2003 Attendance Tops 1,500"

  "New CERT? Certification to Train Computer Security Incident Handlers"

  "Improving Workforce Capabilities with the People Capability Maturity
   Model?"

Our columns in this issue are

Watts New:
  "Some Programming Principles: Products"
The Architect:
  "Introducing Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC)"
The COTS Spot:
  "CMMI? and BSCC"
Security Matters:
  "Use Care When Downloading and Installing Programs"
Software Product Lines:
  "What's the Difference Between Product Line Scope and Product Line
   Requirements?"
CMMI in Focus:
  "Using CMMI? Appraisals in Acquisition--A Primer"


include features on the Capability Maturity Model? Integration
(CMMI?) effort, software product lines, the Personal Software
Process(sm) and Team Software Process(sm), computer and Internet
security, requirements engineering, and COTS software.



interactive team is interested in your comments, questions, and

?  Capability Maturity Model, Capability Maturity Modeling, Carnegie
Mellon, CERT, CERT Coordination Center, CMM, CMMI, and OCTAVE are
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon
University.

SM  Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method; ATAM; CMM Integration; COTS
Usage Risk Evaluation; CURE; EPIC; Evolutionary Process for Integrating
COTS-Based Systems; Framework for Software Product Line Practice; IDEAL;
Interim Profile; OAR; Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and
Vulnerability Evaluation; Options Analysis for Reengineering; Personal
Software Process; PLTP; Product Line Technical Probe; PSP; SCAMPI;
SCAMPI Lead Assessor; SCAMPI Lead Appraiser; SCE; SEI; SEI-Europe; SEPG;
Team Software Process; and TSP are service marks of Carnegie Mellon
University.

TM Simplex is a trademark of Carnegie Mellon University.

 
 
 

1. news@sei interactive: new issue available


(http://interactive.sei.cmu.edu/).

The articles in this issue are

  "Documenting Software Architectures"

  "Second International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems"

  "SEPG(sm) 2003 Attendance Tops 1,500"

  "New CERT? Certification to Train Computer Security Incident Handlers"

  "Improving Workforce Capabilities with the People Capability Maturity
   Model?"

Our columns in this issue are

Watts New:
  "Some Programming Principles: Products"
The Architect:
  "Introducing Predictable Assembly from Certifiable Components (PACC)"
The COTS Spot:
  "CMMI? and BSCC"
Security Matters:
  "Use Care When Downloading and Installing Programs"
Software Product Lines:
  "What's the Difference Between Product Line Scope and Product Line
   Requirements?"
CMMI in Focus:
  "Using CMMI? Appraisals in Acquisition--A Primer"


include features on the Capability Maturity Model? Integration
(CMMI?) effort, software product lines, the Personal Software
Process(sm) and Team Software Process(sm), computer and Internet
security, requirements engineering, and COTS software.



interactive team is interested in your comments, questions, and

?  Capability Maturity Model, Capability Maturity Modeling, Carnegie
Mellon, CERT, CERT Coordination Center, CMM, CMMI, and OCTAVE are
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon
University.

SM  Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method; ATAM; CMM Integration; COTS
Usage Risk Evaluation; CURE; EPIC; Evolutionary Process for Integrating
COTS-Based Systems; Framework for Software Product Line Practice; IDEAL;
Interim Profile; OAR; Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and
Vulnerability Evaluation; Options Analysis for Reengineering; Personal
Software Process; PLTP; Product Line Technical Probe; PSP; SCAMPI;
SCAMPI Lead Assessor; SCAMPI Lead Appraiser; SCE; SEI; SEI-Europe; SEPG;
Team Software Process; and TSP are service marks of Carnegie Mellon
University.

TM Simplex is a trademark of Carnegie Mellon University.

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