Syria SPIN  is NGO based in Syria that to provide a forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and ideas. Our purpose is:

  • To enhance our membership's knowledge and skills through an active program of networking, publication, recognition of excellence, and mutual support, and,
  • To help sustain organizational commitment to the improvement of software quality, maturity, and process.

The Syria SPIN network is a regional organization established in March of 2009 as a forum for the free and open exchange of software process improvement experiences and ideas.

Representatives from industry, government, academia, other professional organizations, and consultants are welcome to participate. Our mission is to help sustain commitment and enhance skills in the area of software process improvement through an active program of networking and mutual support. The organization strives to serve as a source of educational and experiential information for its members, other SPIN organizations, and the general community of software professionals.

The organization will serve as a source of educational, scientific, and practical information for its members, other international SPIN(s) organizations, and Syria software community.

This charter is a collaboration project between Automata4 Group (Syrian Software House) and Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon of the Unites States of America.

If you would like to participate in contributing to the Software Engineering Status in Syria Past, Present and Future, please access the following study at:

http://www.moct.gov.sy/moct/?q=ar%2Fnode%2F214

And submit your comments as soon as possible.



We are excited to announce the release of CMMI Version 1.3. Originally scheduled for November 1, this release includes updated model documents for CMMI for Development, Services, and Acquisition.
 
You can download the new model documents at the following addresses:
 
 
The CMMI V1.3 Information Center (www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/tools/cmmiv1-3) also provides information about upcoming milestones in the CMMI V1.3 project, requirements for Partners and SEI-certified individuals, and links to other information about upgrading to CMMI V1.3.
 


  • Next SEI Webinar is Improving Customer Satisfaction: A People CMM Perspective  Monday, October 11. Register at: http://bit.ly/b9bCA2
  • SEPG North America 2011 Call for Participation is now open! For details please see: http://www.sei.cmu.edu/sepg/na/2011/call.cfm . SEPG NA 2011will take place March 21-24  in Portland, OR.


SEI has created a CMMI V1.3 information center on the SEI website. All of the latest information will be posted here as it becomes available: www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/tools/cmmiv1-3.  

A download of the current quick references for V1.3 is available at https://bscw.sei.cmu.edu/pub/bscw.cgi/d868800/CMMI%20V1.3%20Quick%20References.zip. These references show the process areas, purpose statements, goals, specific practices, and generic goals and practices as they will appear in V1.3. We have provided a separate reference for each of the three CMMI models.

The first offering of CMMI V1.3 Model Upgrade Training will be held during the CMMI Workshop, October 4-6 in Las Vegas.  An online version of the training will be available in January. Workshop registration is closed, but we are considering at least one more face-to-face offering between October and January. We are interested in your needs for a face-to-face offering. Please tell us the location and date that works best for you at http://sei.qualtrics.com/SE?SID=SV_3ZQce2TOOmT75Ig .  

Write to cmmi-comments@sei.cmu.edu to ask questions or give input on CMMI V1.3; your questions help us to know what information to provide next.



Today, Syria SPIN had approved the Membership Guide of its Charter to guide members interested in acquiring membership at Syria SPIN





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