March 13, 2008
Ms. Marsha Hughes, PMP, CSM
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We invite the Austin software community to come and describe their requirements for finding and sharing information about software practices and technology in Austin. Over the last few months, we’ve noticed some specific needs, which if addressed, would help people find what they need in this very vibrant community. There are undoubtedly many other categories and stories you can add to this list:
We’ll also discuss how this session will be followed by a series that will take the requirements to a real solution over the next several months by a team of volunteers from our community.
About the Speaker:
Marsha Hughes has 24+ years of experience in software development, as a programmer, business analyst, project manager, instructor, course developer, and consultant. She has developed and delivered Requirements Engineering and Project Management workshops to TeraQuest, Borland, and IconATG corporate clients worldwide. Marsha developed Vignette’s Content Management Blueprint, a business analysis approach for developing content management applications, and the Vignette Solutions Methodology for Vignette Professional Services. Using agile techniques such as storyboards and paper prototyping, she developed requirements for an engineering drawing management system at NYNEX (now Verizon). At Texas Instruments, she worked with a user group to define knowledge base rules for a gate management system for both Northwest Airlines and Heathrow Airport, and used rapid prototyping techniques to design a hand-held trading device for the Chicago Board of Trade. She has published and presented on the topics of requirements engineering, knowledge engineering, and project management, and is a co-inventor on a 1993 patent for Computer-Aided Decision Making.