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Building Blocks of Software Project Success

Software Project Success is on the minds of many developers, managers, and customers. We all have been in projects that were successful, and some that didn’t go so well. What actions, events, or practices turned a project into a success, while others ended up less so? 

Over the course of more than 20 years in the software business Steve Teleki has observed a multitude of practices that software projects use. He will share his experience about the building blocks of software project success. You will leave with concrete ideas that you can turn into actions on how you too can improve the odds on your next project, help your peers, and make your next project a resounding success.

About the speaker: Steven Teleki

Steven Teleki is a software engineering executive and mentor. He is Software Engineering Program Director, WebSphere Business Services Fabric, Application and Integration Middleware, IBM Software Group. Steve has over 23 years of experience in the software industry; worked on software released to over 40 million customers worldwide; has 3 software patents. He is passionate about solving problems with great software on a schedule and budget that makes the project successful. He focuses on understanding, measuring, and improving individual, team, and organizational software development performance. Steve is an executive member of the IEEE Technology Management Council, Austin Chapter and is Past Chairman of the IEEE Computer Society, Austin Chapter. Contact him through http://steven.teleki.net/.