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SEI Introduces “SoundBytes” Video Series

SEI Introduces “SoundBytes” Video Series
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May 8, 2018—The SEI produces numerous webinars, podcasts, and recorded lectures designed to educate the software engineering community about our latest research and development, to encourage further discussion, and to stimulate new ideas. While these products delve into the subject matter at length, we know that sometimes you want to cut to the chase. That’s why we’re introducing the SEI SoundBytes video series.

SEI SoundBytes are brief videos excerpted from our longer discussions. Each SoundByte addresses a specific question important to the software development community. We are launching this service with 20 SoundByte videos, and will add to our library as new webinars, podcasts, and lectures are recorded.

Our inaugural set of videos address questions such as the following:

  • What would convince DoD program managers to use model-based system engineering?
  • How can DoD make more effective use of the tremendous amounts of data its sensors produce?
  • How can machine learning help the DoD with binary code analysis?

We hope you’ll find these series both convenient and informative. To view the videos in the SEI SoundBytes series, visit the SEI SoundBytes YouTube channel.