Free, Interactive Webinar to Offer SEPG Europe 2011 Preview on May 5

SEPG Europe 2011, the premier conference on software, systems, and services process improvement with a focus on Global Excellence in Software and Security, will be held in Dublin, Ireland, June 7-9, 2011. On May 5, join Alan Willett, SEPG Europe 2011 Technical Co-Chair, for a one-hour webinar that will provide a preview of the conference technical program and activities.

This webinar will introduce you to the 2011 keynote speakers and provide more in-depth information on the technical tracks that make up the conference program. While the primary focus of the webinar is to provide insight into the technical program, Willett will also share highlights of the special SEI-led tutorial offerings scheduled on Monday, June 6, the certification exam opportunities, student poster presentation program, social events, and networking opportunities. Finally, webinar attendees will be reminded of how they can connect with us via various social media channels before, during, and after the conference.

Willett will also answer questions from participants, so don’t miss your chance to connect with one of this year’s technical program chairs. This one-hour webinar is free and open to all interested individuals.

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Click here for more information or to register for the webinar.

About the Speaker

Alan Willett, SEPG Europe 2011 Technical Co-Chair

Alan Willett, SEPG Europe 2011 Technical Program Co-Chair, is the expert at transforming groups of people into high performance teams. Alan has been with the SEI for more than 10 years working with organizations around the world including Oracle, Microsoft, Intuit, NASA and many others. Alan has worked with software teams and their executives coaching them from planning of a project all the way through delivery. Many of the teams have delivered on time software with extraordinary quality, some with zero defects ever found by the customer.

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One response to “Free, Interactive Webinar to Offer SEPG Europe 2011 Preview on May 5

  1. Sounds like it was an intersting webinar. What were some of the topics discussed?

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