Matthew Bass: «Data-Driven Software Engineering»
Lviv Business School of UCU #LvBS and MS in Technology Management invite you to visit an event. It
is taking place in Kharkiv on the 16th of May. The lecture is Matthew Bass – profesor of UCU, deputy
Director for Corporate Communications in Carnerie Mellon University.
Matthew Bass is a member of the teaching staff master’s programs in software development Carnegie
Mellon and deputy director of corporate affairs and affiliations with former graduates of these
programs. Before joining Carnegie Mellon, Matthew worked at the Siemens Corporate Research
Software Architecture group technical department, where he taught at software engineering courses.
He also was a mentor for Siemens operating systems in their software architecture work, conducted
programmatic architecture reviews for important projects. In total over 15 years worked by the
software developer for various companies from the list of Fortune 500.
Matthew Bass: «As the pace of development and deployment increases, the time elapsed between
development and feedback reduces. Organizations that practice continuous deployment often release
software into production multiple times a week. As a result, data from the production system can and
does inform future releases. Continuous deployment affects virtually every aspect of the software
development lifecycle changing the software engineering practices from process-centric to a data-driven
approach. This talk describes the continuous deployment and the impact this has on software
When: the 16th of May , 7 PM
Participation in the event is free in case of pre regestration.
MSc in Technology Management is a unique program in Eastern Europe specially designed for
technological companies C-level executives to bridge the gap between tech and business competencies,
to deepen client’s; needs understanding, to develop visionary view on business and to advance
management, leadership and soft skills. The study modules of the program are held in three cities: Lviv,