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Lean, Agile Approach to High-Integrity Software

The “Lean, Agile Approach to High-Integrity Software” event took place on March 26 at the Maison de la Chimie in Paris. In all, over 80 people joined us for a day dedicated to looking at ways in which Lean and Agile methods can (and are!) being used to develop software that requires certification – a very heavy process as many of you will know. The videos and slides from the workshop will be posted at a rate of 1 per week starting next week. Thanks to everyone that participated and made the day so valuable!

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Concepts and Ideas

Here are the initial concepts and ideas behind the Open-DO initiative. Cyrille Comar gave this presentation at the Do-178C committee meeting in Cologne yesterday. It was a good crowd and a great presentation, lots of enthusiasm and excitement after. Thanks Cyrille!
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Open-DO presentation at OpenCert conference

Jose Ruiz will be attending the the OpenCert conference being held in York this coming March. His talk “Open-DO: Open Framework for Critical Systems” fits in nicely with the general theme of Open Source Software Certification. Read More »
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Open-DO masterclass at Avionics

Franco Gasperoni will be hosting an hour long masterclass dedicated to the Open-DO initiative at the upcoming Avionics event (March 11-12, 2009) in Amsterdam. In a talk written by Franco and Ryan Brooks from Boeing, he will look at the current software challenges facing avionics systems, the motivation for a communal Open-DO effort, how development and contributions to Open-DO could take place and will speculate on possible business models. Read More »
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