Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
SEI Podcast Series

Selected Category: Performance and Dependability

January 12, 2016

An Interview with Grady Booch

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Grady Booch

"We have people that have an incuriosity. They look at their cell phones, and they don’t care what happens below the surface. I know that there is an enchanted world behind it, and part of my mission is to open the curtains on that to the general public ."

"We have people that have an incuriosity. They look at their cell phones, and they don’t care what happens below the surface. I know that there is an enchanted world behind it, and part of my mission is to open the curtains on that to the general public ."
January 04, 2016

The SEI Fellows Series: Nancy Mead

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Nancy R. Mead

"I mentioned the research project on malware analysis and requirements. That was a project that I started with the grant. We have a group of CMU students working on a tool to support the work, and they will be delivering that tool within the next couple of months."

"I mentioned the research project on malware analysis and requirements. That was a project that I started with the grant. We have a group of CMU students working on a tool to support the work, and they will be delivering that tool within the next couple of months."
July 16, 2015

Reducing Complexity in Software & Systems

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Sarah Sheard

"You will never reduce, in my mind, the objective complexity. It’s going to be worse next year than it is. But, you can reduce the effect of complexity in terms of our ability to deal with it. "

"You will never reduce, in my mind, the objective complexity. It’s going to be worse next year than it is. But, you can reduce the effect of complexity in terms of our ability to deal with it. "
May 09, 2013

The Business Case for Systems Engineering

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Joseph Elm

"The purpose of this research was to develop the quantitative evidence that would convince the skeptics of the value of systems engineering."

"The purpose of this research was to develop the quantitative evidence that would convince the skeptics of the value of systems engineering."
January 17, 2013

The Latest Developments in AADL

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Peter Feiler

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Julien Delange

"When people do the system-safety analysis, they are focused on the physical parts failing, and they understand that part. But the consequence of that in software today is still not very well understood."

"When people do the system-safety analysis, they are focused on the physical parts failing, and they understand that part. But the consequence of that in software today is still not very well understood."