Software Reliability: Water, Money and Healthcare

SPIder, the Dutch Software Process Improvement Network organises a session about software reliability on november 2. Three speakers will give their views on reliability, and discuss with the attendees what can be done to develop reliable software. 

Reliability of software matters. Whether is about protecting the Netherlands against storms and floods, assuring that ATM provide money, or about medical equipment, we as customers  want the software that is used in these devices to be available and to function correctly. I’m looking forward to the SPIder session on software reliability, to learn from others and to share my experience. Attendance of the session is free of charge.

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Ben Linders

I help organizations with effective software development and management practices. Active member of several networks on Agile, Lean and Quality, and a frequent speaker and writer.

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