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Aspect Oriented Requirements Engineering

Philly SPIN and Agile Philly : Joint Meeting : May 5, 2009

Location and Meeting Sponsor: Analytical Graphics, Inc

The next meeting of the Philly SPIN will be held on May 5, 2009 6-8PM at Analytical Graphics, Inc in Exton PA.

TOPIC: Aspect-oriented Requirements Engineering presented by Yuri Chernak

More on this topic:

Aspect-oriented requirements engineering (AORE) is a new methodology that can help us to further improve the analysis, structure, and cost of development of software requirements. AORE does not replace but rather complements any of the existing requirements methodologies. In this presentation Yuri Chernak explains to software practitioners the AORE concept and techniques, illustrates how these techniques can be applied on software projects, and discusses the benefits of AORE

About the Presenter:

Yuri Chernak is the president and principal consultant of Valley Forge Consulting, Inc. Yuri has worked for a number of major financial firms in New York leading QA Governance Committees in IT and helping clients improve software requirements and software testing practices. Yuri is a pioneer in implementing for financial applications on Wall Street a new discipline - aspect-oriented requirements engineering. He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society. He has been a speaker at several international conferences in the US and Canada and has published papers in the IEEE publications and other professional journals. Yuri has a doctorate in computer science. Contact him: ychernak@yahoo.com

The agenda for the meeting includes:

6:00 - 6:30 Check-in,lite dinner, and networking 6:15 - 7:45 Presentation 7:45 - 8:00 Networking

REGISTRATION: Attendance is free, to register

Directions:

Normal Directions

Analytical Graphics, Inc. 220 Valley Creek Blvd. Exton, PA 19341 Phone: 1.610.981.8000 Fax: 1.610.981.8001 (N 40 deg 02.330, W 75 deg 35.806)

Directions can be found at Analytical Graphics Inchttp://www.agi.com/corporate/offices/exton/directions.cfm

but since it is rush hour, we recommend you use Rte 100 then East on Business Rte 30

Best Directions I would use different directions when coming from the Pennsylvania Turnpike than are given on the web page, since given that it is rush hour, I would avoid Rte 202.



I would take the PA Turnpike to the Lionville/Exton Exit after King of Prussia, then travel down Rte 100 South then left onto Business Rte 30 (at the 4 lane intersection on all sides) and then proceed East until reaching Valley Creek Blvd.



Locals and adventurous people may take a left onto Swedesford Road one light before Rte 30, then drive east to the Valley Creek Blvd.

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(SPIN Software Process Improvement Network is a group of software/information technology professionals who are interested in software process improvement. The SPIN is sponsored by the ASQ (American Society for Quality) and the SEI (Software Engineering Institute).

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