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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Dr. Mary Anne Herndon, Director, Process Improvement

Transdyne Corporation

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About

Dr. Mary Anne Herndon is the Process Improvement Director of Transdyne Corporation, a CMMI Institute Transition Partner since 2006. Dr. Herndon has been a certified SCAMPI lead appraiser and a CMMI-DEV instructor and is currently a certified CMMI V2.0 instructor and lead appraiser.  She has 40 publications and presentations describing the benefits of CMMI.

SPEAKER PRESENTATION

Applying CMMI-DEV to Blended Reality Applications

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

Typical development obstacles facing blended reality applications product teams include size, geographic distribution, and funding sources. Over the past two years, Aexa Aerospace has faced these obstacles and achieved a CMMI Maturity Level 3 benchmark. At the start of their journey, the product development strategy focused on the selection of economical tools and useful processes. This strategy was designed to use both technologies and proven management practices to navigate key obstacles of size, funding, and geographical distribution. Important characteristics of Aexa's strategy included using Agile Scrum, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), and CMMI DEV practices. Attend this session to learn more!

Applying CMMI-DEV to Blended Reality Applications

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

Typical development obstacles facing blended reality applications product teams include size, geographic distribution, and funding sources. Over the past two years, Aexa Aerospace has faced these obstacles and achieved a CMMI Maturity Level 3 benchmark. At the start of their journey, the product development strategy focused on the selection of economical tools and useful processes. This strategy was designed to use both technologies and proven management practices to navigate key obstacles of size, funding, and geographical distribution. Important characteristics of Aexa's strategy included using Agile Scrum, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), and CMMI DEV practices. Attend this session to learn more!