Tag: Requirements Conferences

Congratulations to Neil Maiden and Alastair Milne for Best Paper of RE’11

Congratulations to Neil Maiden and Alastair Milne for Best Paper of RE’11 ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Having good tools and frameworks to manage politics on a project is very important to me.  The process of managing project politics in order to obtain requirements and influence decisions might be the most critical part of managing requirements, but it is also the most difficult to solve.  In fact, I even wrote a post […]

Live from RE’11: In the Dragon’s Den

Live from RE’11: In the Dragon’s Den ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Wednesday, I was fortunate enough to sit on a panel with Alistair Mavin, Sam Phillips, and Peter Jones and participate in a Dragon’s Den-style competition.  The Brainchild of Jane Celeland-Huang and Daniela Damian, the interactive panel was created in order to foster communication between researchers and practitioners, but also to help focus researchers on the […]

Live From RE’11: Day 1: Workshop Impressions

Live From RE’11: Day 1: Workshop Impressions ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Greetings from Trento, Italy!  I am here at the IEEE RE’11 on behalf of ArgonDigital.  As part of my conference duties, I helped conduct a workshop on Monday on Requirements Engineering Education and Training (or REET) with Ljerka Beus-Dukic. The full program is here. We played a version of ArgonDigital’s  requirements-oriented game “Guess What We […]

Live from REFSQ 2011: Closing Thoughts on How Industry and Academia Could Better Collaborate

Live from REFSQ 2011: Closing Thoughts on How Industry and Academia Could Better Collaborate ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

REFSQ 2011 provided academia and industry the chance to dialogue on how to best solve problems.  The poster session was one way in which the conversations were facilitated.  However, some of the best ideas on how to leverage work done by researchers were brought to light in unscripted conversations which occurred outside of the program–between […]

Live from REFSQ 2011: Starting the Conversation

Live from REFSQ 2011: Starting the Conversation ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

For me, the highlight of Day 2 of REFSQ 2011 was the “Empirical Fair” poster session.  In keeping with the theme of the Keynote address, researchers from academia and industry practitioners participated in an informal “matchmaking” session/presentation.  The session allowed requirements engineers to share problems that required help from academic researchers, and researchers to work […]