Dr. Bin Cong

Professor in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Cal State University at Fullerton

Dr. Bin Cong is a Professor in Computer Science and Software Engineering at Cal State University at Fullerton and has conducted extensive research in these areas with over 150 publications. He has also been a CMMI Instructor and High Maturity Lead Appraiser for many years and played a key role in creating a successful online Master of Software Engineering program at Cal State Fullerton by integrating CMMI and Agile methodology into the curriculum. Dr. Cong has also had over 25 years experience in software quality control, project management, and software measurement. He is currently working on a book on how to integrating CMMI with Agile.

Track: CMMI On Board

Presentation Title: Making CMMI a Safety Net for Agile Development

Presentation Summary: One of the crucial problems with Agile adoption is that we often choose unwise short-cuts to meet schedule demand and technical debt increases drastically over time. In this presentation, effort will be made to present how one can use CMMI to make up the common weak areas brought by the adoption of agile method. A comprehensive case study will show how one can use CMMI to safeguard Agile adoption.


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