EuroSPI² 2014 Film
We have produced a EuroSPI² 2014 movie which outlines key messages and can be watched on YouTube. This video is approximately 12 minutes long and was produced by Colorlynx, a team of cutters from Graz, Austria.
- The EuroSPI² 2014 movie you can watch by following this link.
- The EuroSPI² 2013 movie (former year) you can watch by following this link.
Many thanks to Colorlynx (Tina Donnelly and Laura Aschbacher) for the film cutting and story board design.
EuroSPI² 2014 Key Notes
EuroSPI² invites key notes which are from leading industry or leading research binstitutions and which are fully committed to SPI and quality. The key notes can be watched on YouTube. Each key note video is approximately 45 minutes long. The key notes are world class experts and managers who posted their ideas about the about the future of SPI.
- Lionel Briand, Cost, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Effective Model-Driven Development and Automated Testing: A Marriage of Reason
- Prof. Dr. Henderik A. Proper, CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
Enterprise Architecture and Process Improvement; How one may learn from the other
- Philipp Hagenmeyer, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany
Assessments - a different perspective
- Michael Koutensky, AMOS Austria GmbH
SPICE-supported software development of Allianz’ Core Insurance Platform at AMOS Austria
EuroSPI² 2014 Interviews - EuroSPI² Statements
We interviewed EuroSPI² regulars coming from leading companies and research institutions which are committed to SPI², innnovation and quality to share their ideas and opinion with the SPI² community.
You can access the collection of photos here.
EuroSPI² Supporters 2014
Some contributions at EuroSPI were supported by EU projects.
||The AQUA project (Project number: EAC-2012-0635) is carried out with the financial support of the Commission of the European Communities under the Lifelong Learning Program.
The Idea 2 Enterprise project (Project number: 2012-1-CZ1-LEO05-09679) is carried out with the financial support of the Commission of the European Communities under the Lifelong Learning Program.
The LeadSUS project is supported by the European Commission (Programme LifeLong Learning), project number 2013-1-RO1-LEO05 - 28771
The concept of social media based dissemination was elöaborated in the VALO project (2011-1-GR1-LEO05-06789) which was carried out with the financial support of the Commission of the European Communities under the Lifelong Learning Program.
This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.