have been invited to attend the following event:
OSLC Community Update and An Introduction to PROMCODE
AM - 10:00 AM (Eastern Time)
Kennedy (IBM), Dr. Mikio Aoyama (Nanzan University)|
We'll provide a quick update on the status of the OSLC Community , including
the new Technical Committees at OASIS  and the upcoming OSLC Connect
event at the ALM Forum , and an introduction to a new OSLC effort called
PROMCODE , which is An Open Platform for Contracted Software Development
Management of Software Supply Chains.
More details on PROMCODE:
Spreading of global software development and delivery, and offshore development
is demanding change the way of software development management. PROMCODE
(PROject Management for COntracted DElivery) is an innovative research
consortium to change the way of project management. It was launched by
Nanzan University and six major Japanese IT companies including Fujitsu,
Hitachi, IBM, NEC, Nomura Research Institute, and NTT DATA in May, 2012.
Since then, we developed a common resource model to exchange project management
data across organizational boundaries along with software supply chains.
We also developed a supporting service platform on the top of OSLC and
its reference implementation Eclipse/Lyo to facilitate the data exchange.
This talk introduces you the resource-oriented service model based on a
common data model. We also developed a resource-oriented platform for exchanging
data based on the OSLC, an open standard for tool chain compliant to Web
standards, namely RDF/Linked Data and RESTful Web services. To study the
feasibility of the developed technologies, we, six companies, conducted
intensive experience with real project management data. This talk discusses
the experiences, and effectiveness of the PROMCODE technologies and lessons
learned from the experiences.
Sean Kennedy has 10 years experience in the software industry, most of
it at IBM. He has worked as a developer, support professional, team lead,
customer engagements leader, and community development leader. Whatever
he's done, he's always been an (undercover, sometimes) agent for change
through continueous improvement and focus on business value. Since 2011
he has been an active member of the OSLC community and has been helping
expand the community, and the use of OSLC technology. Sean speaks frequently
about OSLC, delivers hands-on training for OSLC-implementers, and works
with many organizations to understand the (positive, hopefully!) impact
of OSLC on their business. Between 2009 and 2012 Sean regularly delivered
IBM's internal Agile and Lean kick-start course: the Disciplined Agile
Development Workshop. He believes success comes by facilitating the success
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Dr. Mikio Aoyama
Dr. Mikio Aoyama is a professor at the department of software engineering,
Nanzan University, Japan. Before he joined the university, he has 15 years
of experiences in the industry including managing large-scale software
development. Currently, he is a chair of PROMCODE consortium, a joint research
consortium with IBM, Fujitsu, NEC, NTT DATA, Hitachi and Nomura Research
Institute founded on May 21, 2012.
His research interest include software architecture, including cloud computing,
SOA and automotive software, and requirements engineering. He published
many books and more than 100 refereed papers. He has been serving many
international conferences, including ICSE, IEEE Cloud, IEEE RE, and APSEC.
Further information can be found at NISE (Network, Information and Software
Engineering Laboratory) Web page: http://www.nise.org.
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