“Building on our well-regarded publishing program, these low-cost webinars bring the latest insights from some of the profession’s leading thinkers to your desktop,” said Dick Price, director of Sales & Marketing.
Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) September 1, 2010
Furthering its mission to advance the practice of software engineering and computer science, the IEEE Computer Society has launched a webinar showroom featuring some of the profession’s leading thinkers.
“Building on our well-regarded publishing program, these low-cost webinars bring the latest insights from some of the profession’s leading thinkers to your desktop,” said Dick Price, director of Sales & Marketing. “To create these learning tools, we engaged the experts who edit our magazines such as Computer, IEEE Software, and IT Professional, and who support the Computer Society’s Build Your Career and Computing Now websites and certification and training programs.”
Each recorded session typically lasts one hour, with the last 10 minutes devoted to questions and answers. Speakers include such well-known names as Grady Booch, Mary Poppendieck, Kent Beck, and Steve McConnell. Many are moderated by Lockheed Martin Fellows or senior technical staff.
Ten-time access to a webinar for 30 days is available for the introductory price of $19.00. Or for the introductory price of $39.00, you can gain 10-time, 30-day access to the entire collection. To view the list of webinars and presenters, visit http://www.computer.org/portal/web/newwebinars/home.
Many of the webinars were developed through a partnership between and Computer Society and Lockheed Martin's Systems and Software Initiative. Designed to be of value and interest to system and software engineers and architects, the webinars will help systems and software engineers and architects achieve flawless execution in the development of complex solutions that are delivered problem-free to the customer.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Organizations can sponsor a single webinar, underwrite a collection of related webinars, or support an entire season of presentations. The webinars can be used for lead generation or as an in-house education tool. Arrangements are flexible. Organizations can collaborate closely on topics and presenters, or sponsor webinars the Computer Society has pre-arranged. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Dick Price at email@example.com or 714.816.2110.
The webinar collection includes:
- Agile Leadership and Contracting Models, by Mary Poppendieck
- Agile Model-Driven Development, by Stephen J. Mellor
- Agile Techniques vs. Lean Development, by Mary Poppendieck
- Architecture as Language: Using DSLs to Describe Software Architecture, by Markus Voelter
- Architecture Truths, by Mark Maier
- Best Practices in Software Architecture, by Grady Booch
- Building Software for Affordability, by Grady Booch
- Combinatorial Test Design Methodology, by Mark J. Kiemele
- Emergent Design: The Evolutionary Nature of Professional Software Development, by Scott Bain
- Fifteen Years of Design Patterns, by Ralph Johnson
- Four Strategies for Responsive Design, by Kent Beck
- From Vision to Execution, by Grady Booch
- Leveraging a Service Oriented and Model Driven Approach to Architecting Your Enterprise, by Ed Seidewitz
- Model-Based Engineering of Real-Time and Embedded Systems, by Bran Selic
- Model-Driven Development, by Bernard Zeigler
- Modeling the Life-cycles of Systems of Systems, by James Brett Michaels
- Open CirrusTM Cloud Computing Testbed: Federated Data Centers for Open Source Systems and Services Research, by Dejan Milojicic
- Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture, by Douglas C. Schmidt
- Principles, Patterns, Practices, Professionalism, by Robert Martin
- Reconciling Strategy, Hardware, and Software Through Architecture: Lessons Old and New, by Mark Maier
- Requirements Triage, Al Davis
- Right-Sizing Agile Development, Steve McConnell
- Software Testing as a Quality-Improvement Activity, by Cem Kaner
- Standards and Practices, by John Walz
- Test Driven Development in the Field, by Michael Feathers
- The Collaborative Effort of Software and Hardware Teams in Agile Development, by Janet Gregory
- The Role of the Software Architect, by Michael Stal
- Your Requirements for Managing Requirements, by Suzanne Robertson
About the Computer Society
With nearly 85,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is the world’s leading organization of computing professionals. Founded in 1946, and the largest of the 38 societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Computer Society is dedicated to advancing the theory and application of computer and information-processing technology, and is known globally for its computing standards activities. For more information, go to http://www.computer.org.