ICSE Call for Workshop Participation
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From: Craig Larman [mailto:clarman@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 12:23 AM
Subject: [agilealliance] CFP: ICSE Workshop on Iterative, Adaptive,
and Agile Processes
This workshop is being offered at ICSE (May 25); now moved to Orlando
instead of Beunos Aires. http://www.icse-conferences.org/2002/ The
deadline for response is fairly soon, and I'd like as many to
the workshop as possible. My goal is to increase
awareness/appreciation of agile process values in this traditional
land of CMM.
Do you know anyone who might be interested? Academics? If so, please
forward this announcement.
1st ICSE Workshop on Iterative, Adaptive, and Agile Processes
Organizers: Craig Larman, Valtech and Frances Paulisch, Siemens
Theme and Goals:
The goals of this workshop are to:
· promote a deep and shared understanding of various iterative,
adaptive, and agile processes, including Crystal, DSDM, Extreme
Programming (XP), Scrum, and the Unified Process (UP)
· to identify best practices and impediments for their successful
· to provide a supportive and fun forum for interested stakeholders
What are the means and capabilities required to really help
iterative, adaptive, and agile processes be adopted and succeed?
What's working, what isn't, and what are the hard-data justifications?
In this workshop, we invite practitioners and researchers interested
these topics. We expect to learn from each others experiences. We
include those favoring detailed or large-scale process descriptions
to those favoring minimalist descriptions, from process evangelists
to process agnostics, from expert developers to business managers,
from domains where speed is the top priority to domains where quality
or verifiability are the top priority.
Please contact clarman@... or Frances.Paulisch@...
Details at www.craiglarman.com
Number of Workshop Participants: ca. 20
Workshop Open or Closed: Open
Participant Selection Process: based on call for position papers,
chosen for extent of experience and to provide a balance of views.