Welcome, Giancarlo!

 Posted by on Nov 29, 2012  Add comments
Nov 292012

I hope you’ll join me in welcoming Giancarlo Succi to our team! We’re excited to have him. In addition to his new role as Senior Consultant with Cutter, he remains a tenured Professor at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, where he directs the Center for Applied Software Engineering. He has consulted with private and public organizations worldwide (he’s based in Italy) in the areas of Agile methods, software quality/measurements, software system architecting, design, development, IT strategy, and training for software personnel.

Dr. Succi’s research interests swirl around Agile, experimental software engineering, open source development, software product lines and software reuse, and software development over the Internet. He is a prolific writer, having authored or coauthored more than 300 papers for international journals, books, and conferences. We anticipate you’ll be able to read about the outcomes of some of his recent research right here on this blog in the not-too-distant future!

[Editor’s Note: This post is part of the annual “Cutter Predicts …” series.]


  One Response to “Welcome, Giancarlo!”

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    That’s great news, Anne. Prof. Succi will be a great additional to Cutter’s capabilities in software engineering consulting. During our recent collaboration for a couple of large clients in the energy industry, Israel Gat and I have seen (once again) how difficult it is for many organizations to reconcile process quality with agility, and to maintain control over quality levels at the same time. I would expect Giancarlo’s work, past and future, to be a great addition to our ability to address such clients. I am also especially pleased to see more presence in Europe, to balance our usual US-centricity.
    Vi diamo il benvenuto…

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