Chicago Software Process Improvement Network
AT&T Center Campus
AT&T Institute 2501 W. Eagle Way at
Lakewood Blvd and Eagle Way, Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
Be sure to check the C-SPIN website (http://c-spin.net/) to confirm details.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
This is a JOINT EVENT between C-SPIN and The Chicagoland Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).
Advance registration required for this free event -- go to http://chicago.theiiba.org/
& then navigate through “Registration” and the “Wed March 4, 2009” event.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to cancel your registration
6:00 - 7:00 PM – Atrium: Registration, Networking, & Light Dinner
6:20 - 6:40 PM – Birds-of-a-Feather Topic - Does Use Case acceptance mean stakeholder satisfaction?
7:00 - 8:30 PM – Auditorium: Presentation
8:30 - 9:00 PM – Auditorium: Additional Q&A and discussion
Program: The Role of Use Cases in the Development Lifecycle
Presenter: Marcia Stinson
About the Presenter
Driving and Parking Directions
From I-90 Northwest Tollway, exit North on Barrington Road. Take Barrington Road to Lakewood Blvd (2nd light) and turn East (right) onto Lakewood Blvd. Turn right into the AT&T Campus Center’s West Employee Entrance (the first entrance past Eagle Way) and follow the signs to the West Parking Structures.
Parking in covered lot W3 is recommended. Look for parking spaces near the west entrance/exit of parking structure W3. Then walk west from the parking structure to the Institute Building to the main door, which has a big ENTRANCE sign over the door. The Institute is approximately 100 yards from the parking structure--back across the road you came on. Visit http://c-spin.net/ for a map of the AT&T Campus Center. (Additional parking is available in covered lot W2 as well as upper level parking lot W1.)
C-SPIN is made possible through the efforts of its Steering Committee. The Steering Committee is composed of Lee Bennett, Alan Berow, Jamey McCabe, Karen Mermel, Donna Miller, and Robert Stalzer. Other volunteers are Kathy Brown, Steve Coffman, Larry Dribin, Ross Fraser, Steve Huck, and Hillel Meyers.
C-SPIN is a leadership forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and practical ideas. We promote achieving higher levels of process maturity, software quality, and mutual respect. Companies, academic institutions, government organizations, and individuals are invited. For more information regarding this meeting, contact Robert Stalzer at email@example.com. For information about C-SPIN or the steering committee, contact Karen Mermel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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