Schedule of Events - including Flyers

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January 1999

8: BART - No Meeting

29: SPIN - Discussion of the Software Development Capability Evaluation
                    Rita C. Creel and Bonnie R. Troup, The Aerospace Corp.


12: BART - Just in Time Code Generation
                    Dynamic Code Generation and Sun's JavaTM HotspotTM Virtual Machine
                    Robert Griesemer, Staff Engineer, Virtual Machine Technology, Sun Microsystems
                    Dynamic Program Optimization - Portable Software on the Passing Lane?
                    Thomas Kistler, University of California, Irvine

19: SPIN - Practical Software Measurement -- A Guide to Objective Program Insight
                    Leia White, Software Productivity Consortium (SPC)


12: BART - Security and Privacy, Meeting 1: Privacy in Electronic Commerce
                    TRUSTe: An Overview
                    Paola Benassi, Product Operation Manager, TRUSTe
                    Privacy in Electronic Commerce, the W3C's P3P, and Upcoming Technical
                    Challenges for Privacy Protection
                    Mark Ackerman, University of California, Irvine

26: SPIN - Successes in Achieving High SEI Maturity Levels
                    Boeing Software Process Navigator - Capability Maturity Model Level 5 Enabler
                    Linda A. Abelson, Software Process Improvement Specialist, The Boeing Company
                    Peter G. Puchalski, SEPG Member, The Boeing Company
                    A Customer Quality Focused Approach for Achievinug SEI Level 4 (The Managed Level)
                    Leitha Purcell, Project Manager, Software Process Improvement Initiative, Northrop Grumman Corp.


9: BART - Collaboration Architectures/Infrastructures
                    Placeless Documents: A Document Management System that Works the Way You Do
                    Keith Edwards, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
                    Supporting Expertise Recommendations in Organizational Information Systems
                    David W. McDonald, University of California, Irvine

30: SPIN - Getting the Most Out of Your Integrated Product Development Teams:
                    Lessons Learned and A CMM For All Disciplines
                    Ilene Minnich and Kerinia Cusick, SECAT LLC


14: BART - Panel on Electronic Commerce: Critical Technologies

28: SPIN - Introduction to UML for Software Development
                    Ed Colbert, Absolute Software


11: BART - Ethnography to Inform Tool Design
                    Patricia Collins, Hewlett Packard Laboratories
                    Shilpa Shukla, University of California, Irvine

25: SPIN - Cost, Schedule and Quality Modeling
                    Barry Boehm, Sunita Chulani, Chris Abts, A. W. Brown, USC Center for Software Engineering


9: BART - An Assessment of UML
                    Nenad Medvidovic, University of Southern California
                    Jason Robbins, University of California, Irvine

30: SPIN - Acquisition Best Practices - Issues and Experience
                    Donald J. Reifer, Reifer Consultants, Inc.


13: BART - Network Programming
                    Subhash Tandon, MirrorPlus Technologies
                    Robert F. Jaeger, University of Maryland/Nortel Networks

19-20: TWIST - The 1999 Workshop on Internet-scale Software Technologies (TWIST 99)
                    - a follow on to the Workshop on Internet-Scale Event Notification (WISEN).

27: SPIN - Public Release of SW-CMM v2.0
                    Jack Ferguson, Software Engineering Institute
                    Rick Hefner, TRW


10: BART - Organizational Memory and Project Awareness
                    Andreas Girgensohn, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
                    Michael Kantor, University of California, Irvine

24: SPIN - Challenges in Applying Earned Value in Software Projects
                    Ray Stratton, Management Technologies


8: BART - Web Protocols: What's New? What's Next?
                    Henrik Frystyk Nielson, Microsoft
                    E. James Whitehead, University of California, Irvine

29: SPIN - Medical Device Software Development
                    Jean Tyson, Ph.D., Tyson Consulting
                    Carl R. Wyrwa, SQA Manager, Beckman Coulter, Inc.


12: BART - Y2K: Start the Party or Sound the Dirge?


3: SPIN - Panel on The Effect of Corporate Mergers and Teaming on CMM-Based Cultures:
                 Will this Takeover Impact our CMM Level?

10: No December BART meeting.

Schedules for Previous Years


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