Wednesday marks the second day of SEPG Europe 2011 and the first day of general presentations on Global Excellence in Software and Security. Delegates who attended the tutorials on Tuesday explored the concept of Test Maturity Model Integration, CMMI V1.3 and architecture, ROI in process improvement from a probabilistic perspective, and an empirical and experimental approach to software process improvement. SEI-Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraisers also had the opportunity to complete the required upgrade training for SCAMPI V1.3.
Today’s program opens with remarks from Paul Nielsen, Director and CEO, Software Engineering Institute, who will introduce the first two keynote presenters in this year’s exciting line-up. The SEI’s Jim Over and Martin Curley of Intel Labs Europe aim to inform and inspire the SEPG Europe 2011 delegation in this morning’s keynote presentations.