Free IEEE Computer Society Webinar Will Demonstrate How to Automate Agile Metrics
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 1 February 2013 – If typical agile metrics like burndown and velocity aren't automated, it can become burdensome. However, automation can relieve the burden from project members, while ensuring that management has up-to-date, accurate information to use as the basis for decision-making.
Register for a free webcast called "Build Quality Products by Leveraging Agile Development and Automated Metric Reporting" and you will learn how automating metric gathering helps save time and confusion, and the importance of mapping agile metrics to traditional metrics.
The one-hour webinar will be held on Tuesday, 26 February at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT/19:00 GNT. Register now. The webinar will be led by:
Martin Bakal: an IBM Rational offering manager with more than a decade of experience working in the embedded systems and software industry, with extensive customer experience worldwide in the consumer, telecom, medical devices, and automotive industries, and
Jennifer Althouse: an electronics industry specialist at IBM Rational with over a decade of experience working on complex system development and software projects in the aerospace, electronics, and medical devices industries.
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