Early Registration Deadline Extended Until 8 June for Software Experts Summit

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 23 May, 2012 – The early registration deadline has been extended for the Software Experts Summit 2012, a one-day event on mastering uncertainty in the software industry being sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Software magazine.
To register for the third annual event, being held in London on 26 June, visit http://www.computer.org/ses12. The new early registration deadline is 8 June.
Software engineering experts will show how to reduce risks and make projects more adaptable to change—leading to both short-term and long-term rewards. Software developers and managers from a range of industries will be on hand to chat with attendees.
"It's exciting to see such a worldwide group of experts assembled in one place, and so many diverse industries represented," said Forrest Shull, Editor in Chief of IEEE Software. "We felt this diversity of experience is exactly what's needed to bring to the front the latest innovations on this topic from research and practice."
"Mastering Uncertainty in the Software Industry: Risks, Rewards, and Reality" will feature a diverse lineup of global software industry thought leaders addressing how to:
Gauge the advantages of agile approaches;
Balance agility and discipline in projects;
Control risks and embrace opportunities;
Manage technical debt by balancing quick fixes and long-term investment; and
Adjust requirements engineering, design, testing, and project management practices to deal with change and uncertainty.
Presenters at SES ‘12 are:
• Michael Feathers, Groupon, US 
• Mike Andrews, Microsoft, US 
• Les Hatton, Oakwood Consulting, UK 
• Forrest Shull, Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering, US
• Diomidis Spinellis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
• John Favaro, Intecs SpA, Italy 
• Hakan Erdogmus, Kalemun Research, Canada 
• Christof Ebert, Vector Consulting Services, Germany 
• Michiel van Genuchten, medical device industry, Switzerland 
• Paul Good, Shell International, The Netherlands, 
• Han Schaminee, TomTom, The Netherlands.
IEEE Software magazine delivers reliable, useful, leading-edge software development information to keep engineers and managers abreast of rapid technology change, especially regarding their application in practice. Its peer-reviewed articles and columns by real-world experts illuminate all aspects of the industry, including process improvement, project management, development tools, software maintenance, Web applications and opportunities, testing, usability, and much more. The editorial and advisory board members of the magazine are real-world practitioners with many different areas of expertise.

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