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Wednesday, May 13 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
A Modern-Day Greek Tragedy: A Schedule, Requirements, and an Architecture

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We have all experienced schedule pressures while developing our products. Many of us have had to deal with last minute requirement changes. In the defense industry, after the product is finished being developed and sold off, a separate group of people have to maintain the product. Very rarely do the Systems Engineers and Architects that designed the system actually see the results of the decisions that have been made. During this talk, I will share my experiences of supporting a product as it was designed, sold off, and placed into an operational setting, and the results of specific decisions that were made based on schedule pressures and last minute requirements changes on the initial architecture of the product.

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Paul Newell

Paul Newell’s career in the software industry started over 15 years ago as an Engineering Duty Office in the U.S. Navy managing the development of software applications for use on Navy networks. Since leaving Active Duty, Paul has been in Integration and Test positions eventually... Read More →

Wednesday May 13, 2020 3:00pm - 3:45pm EDT
Salon 9/10 Rosen Plaza Hotel

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