Two fascinating software engineering events are happening in close collaboration in the week of May 16-20 in San Francisco. Please consider attending them. Both offer also great networing opportunities.
- Software Experts Summit organized by the IEEE Software magazine on May 17 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View and
- SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) organized by the SEI the week of May 16-20 at the San Francisco Airport Marriot in Burlingame.
The Software Experts Summit is on “Managing the Pace of Innovation” and includes speakers such as: Grady Booch (via Second Life) on “Everything you know is wrong!”, Gary McGraw on the hot topic of “Software Security”, Forrest Shull, Pekka Abrahammson on “Want to Shape Future Markets? Don’t Ask the Customer!”, Jan Bosch on “How Speed Drives Innovation”, Linda Rising on “Surprising New Techniques to Improve your Decision-Making”, Grigori Melnik on “Making Distributed Agile Work”, and Rebecca Wirfs-Brock on “Managing Project Risk and Incremental Design Innovation”.
?The SATURN motto this year is “Architecting the Future” and features keynotes by Jan Bosch (Intuit), Dave Thomas (Bedarra Research Labs), David Chaiken (Yahoo!) and plenary speaker Joe Yoder (The Refractory Inc.) and IEEE Software Speakers John Favaro and Rebecca Wirfs-Brock.
Both events have the same early registration deadline of April 15, 2011.