Introduction to CMMI® V1.3 for Development Official Class in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, October 11th through 13th, 2011

Viviana Rubinstein and Jorge Boria coteach the Introduction to CMMI® V1.3 for Development Official Class in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Contact to: Silvia Andino, silvia.andino@escampi.com

Webinar “If You Build It, Will They Come?” update

Thanks to everyone that make the Webinar  “If You Build It, Will They Come?” a huge success!!
We had more than 300 attendees from over 32 countries!!!
And thanks to CAI’s IT Metrics and Productivity Institute for such an excellent organization!

Next open classes

Mendoza, April 12th, 2011

Viviana Rubinstein teaches the Services Supplement for CMMI for Development of the Capability Maturity Model Integration® (CMMI®) Version 1.3., Official Class in Mendoza, Argentina.

More information: http://www.gpf-soluciones.com.ar/novedades_CursoOficialSEI.htm

Contact to: Alberto Sánchez, asanchez@gpf-soluciones.com.ar

Madrid, May 14th through 20th, 2011

Viviana Rubinstein and Jorge Boria coteach the Introduction to CMMI® V1.3 for Development Official Class in Madrid, Spain.

More information: http://www.caelum.es/

Contact to: Cecilia Rigoni Brualla, caelum@caelum.es

Webinar: If You Build It, Will They Come?

On April 28th I will be doing a webinar on change management and leadership. The registration link and more information are to be found following the link below. Please pass this along to anyone you think might be interested.

http://solutions.compaid.com/forms/webinara20110428?ProcessType=PreReg

Thank you!

Jorge

UK 2010

Liveware Soars in UK HM Gap Analysis

(Photo of London’s Rudy Weller’s’ Three Synchronised Divers’ on the roof of the Criterion Building Haymarket)

Liveware’s CHMLA performed a Gap Analysis in one of Trinity’s (UK partner company) customers. The result was praised by the customer POC. We quote: “Jorge,  Many thanks for your time, energy and, most of all your deep insight. I have received very positive feedback in the last couple of days and we believe that the results of the week and your summary in particular, will significantly accelerate our progress and understanding.”

We want to help companies achieve their goals. We believe that process improvement is the road, and that the CMMI is the framework.

Published Appraisal Results

First Registered Services SCAMPI in Mexico

Cecilia Scauso, Liveware’s Certified Lead Appraiser, performed Mexico’s first ever SCAMPI A using the SVC constellation in Sinaloa, for Factor Informático. Liveware continues to improve the range and quality of its services to our customers. Well done Cecilia!

Joint appraisal BH

The SEIR Includes Paper on Joint Appraisal of CMMI and MpsBr

The first joint appraisal performed using the CMMI and the Brazilian MpsBr (modelo de procesos de software do Brasil) was performed in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, in 2009, by a team of selected experts. From the MpsBr the team lead was Ana Regina Rocha. Andres Rubinstein was the team lead for the SCAMPI. After a presentation at the Brazilian Conference on Quality, the paper has been posted into the SEIR (Software Engineering Information Repository – https://seir.sei.cmu.edu/seir).

BORIAJL

Austin SPIN Meeting Hosts Liveware’s VP Jorge Boria

Austin’s local Software Process Improvement Network (A-SPIN) sponsored Liveware’s Jorge Boria as a speaker in their May monthly meeting. Jorge addressed the subject “When Good Enough Makes a Project Early Enough or: Don’t Try to Be On Time!” This meeting was jointly sponsored by the Austin IEEE Computer Society. The presentation is already in Slide Share.

The presentation was very well received. All comments were positive. One of them (on the session) read: ‘one of the best in the last few years’. We look forward to perform more presentations for our colleagues, since they do so much for our self esteem!

Risk Driven Testing

Jorge Boria’s Webinar attended by over 200 people

Under the auspices of the ITMPJ, Jorge Boria presented Risk Driven Testing to an audience of over two hundred from more than twenty countries. Jorge’s presentation can be seen at the archives of ITMPJ.