schedule Dec 10th 03:40 - 04:30 PM place Green Room people 121 Interested

Since the dawn of software development, we've struggled with a huge disconnect between the management world and the engineering world. We try to explain our problems in terms of "technical debt", but somehow the message seems to get lost in translation, and we drive our projects into the ground, over and over again. What if we could detect the earliest indicators of a project going off the rails, and had data to convince management to take action? What if we could bridge this communication gap once and for all? In this session, we'll focus on a key paradigm shift for how we can measure the human factors in software development, and translate the "friction" we experience in “Idea Flow” into explicit risk models for project decision-making.

 
 

Target Audience

developers working on applications that can be modelled using state machines (e.g. web applications) who want to test more complex properties of their software.plex properties of their software.plex properties of their software.hat can be modelled using state machines (e.g. web applications) who want to test more complex properties of their software.plex properties of their software.plex properties of their software.

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