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CISQ Forum: Modern Metrics for Productivity and Continuous Improvement

June 18, 2019


The Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) is hosting a special event in Amsterdam on Tuesday, June 18 on the topic of new international standards for high-quality software engineering, productivity, and managing technical debt. This event is part of the OMG Technical Meeting week, June 17-21 in Amsterdam.


Date: June 18 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm followed by a reception

Registration: Complimentary. Register now.

Venue: Park Inn Amsterdam City West, La Guardiaweg 59 NL-1043 DE Amsterdam Netherlands


Many organizations find themselves at the intersection of agile behavior and digital engineering. Next-generation agile development will have to leverage unprecedented levels of automation from inception to implementation, and beyond. Speakers at this event will discuss how to increase velocity and reduce lead time without sacrificing quality or generating high levels of technical debt. We will discuss how to maximize automation within agile and the DevOps toolchain with a strategy that takes advantage of emerging standards and best practices.


Topics to be discussed:

  • Software metrics for productivity and continuous improvement
  • Integrating measurement into Agile and DevOps toolchains
  • Controlling technical debt
  • Reducing business risk through trustworthy software




Dr. Bill Curtis

CISQ Executive Director Emeritus who led development of the standards


David Norton

CISQ Executive Director elect and former Gartner analyst specializing in Agile, metrics and governance

Sonja Noben

former head of Transformation and Touchpoint Architecture Delivery at ING and CIO of BNP Paribas Fortis

Dr. Harold van Heeringen

Senior Consultant, METRI Board Member, NESMA; President, International Software Benchmarking Standards Group (ISBSG)


About the event host

The Consortium for IT Software Quality™ (CISQ™) is an IT leadership group that develops international standards for automating software measurement. The standards written by CISQ enable IT and business leaders to measure the risk IT applications pose to the business, as well as estimate the cost of ownership. CISQ conducts outreach activities to spread measures and techniques for improving the trustworthiness of software-intensive systems.



Thank you CISQ sponsors



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