Next Saturday, November 15, 2014, the INCOSE Canada Conference will be held at Carleton University. If you are interested in system engineering, go get your ticket through Eventbrite.
It’s a small, half-day conference, but it is still interesting, especially since Ottawa is not always on the circuit for the larger conferences (unless, of course, the government is involved…).
As an INCOSE member, I will certainly be present, so you can look me up at the conference, especially if you are interested in MBSE!
I will also have some Papyrus datasheets with me for anyone interested – and MBSE is mentioned on the datasheet!
I hope to see you there!
In her community on IBM developerWorks, Hazel Woodcock posted an excellent blog entry describing a rework of the Agile Manifesto (really a “Manifesto for Agile Software Development“) into something that is more relevant to system engineering and the development of large systems.
If you have any interest in systems engineering (or if you are a member of INCOSE, like me), you really should have a look and make your voice heard (you’ll have to join developerWorks to be able to comment)!