October 10, IBM Brussels


Walker Royce Keynote Speaker - Walker Royce
Walker Royce is the Chief Software Economist in IBM Software Group. He is a principal consultant and practice leader specializing in measured improvement of systems and software development capability Read more...

08:30 Registration and welcome coffee
09:15 Welcome
Sonia Mourisco
09:25 Opening Key Note: Accelerate delivery to optimize bussiness outcomes (PDF, 878KB)
Walker Royce
10:00 Platinum sponsor speech
Maurice Brouwers (Asist)



10:15 IBM Rational Requirements Composer: Drinking our own Champagne (PDF, 1.7MB)
Jared Pulham
11:05 Coffee Break
11:35 Modeling, Architecture, and Construction: Next & Now (PDF, 1.5MB)
Ton van Velzen
12:25 What's New and Next with IBM Rational Team Concert (PDF, 1.3MB)
Ron de Jong
13:15 Lunch
14:15 Introducing IBM Rational's New Integration Testing and Virtualization Solution (PDF, 529KB)
Marc van Lint & Marc Loos
15:05 What's New and Next in ClearCase/ClearQuest and Synergy/Change (PDF, 1.5MB)
Bernard de Vos/Marc Loos
15:55 Coffee Break
16:25 Customer Testimonial: Rationalising the software development life cycle at Colruyt (PDF, 568KB)
Tim van Parys, Colruyt


10:15 What's New with IBM Rational Systems Engineering and Software Development for Systems (PDF, 2.1MB)
Noud van Mullekom
11:05 Coffee Break
11:35 DOORS and DOORS Next Generation - What's Now and Next in Requirements Management for Systems Engineering
Han van Gerwen
12:25 Integrated Development of Architecture and Control Systems with the Mathworks Integrations
Gerard Fianen & Boudewijn Dijkstra, INDES
13:15 Lunch
14:15 Product Portfolio Management - How companies most effectively invest their R&D and new product development resources
Vicky Bunyard
15:05 Build, Run and Manage Mobile Applications with the IBM Rational Mobile Platform (PDF, 1.98MB)
Eric Cattoir
15:55 Coffee Break
16:25 Integrating Rational's jazz solutions with multi-vendor and open source tools. (PDF, 3.8MB)
Alexandre Abi Khaled


10:15 Enterprise Architecture and Portfolio Management Kick Off (PDF, 1.04MB)
Vicky Bunyard
11:05 Coffee Break
11:35 Strategic Planning for IT creating a framework for embracing organizational change (PDF, 1.95MB)
Martin Owen, Corso
12:25 Delivery Management (Focal Point plus RTC plus RQM)
Marc Loos
13:15 Lunch
14:15 CIO Cockpit for Integrated Planning, Controlling and Analysis (PDF, 1.5MB)
Einar Karlsen & Olivier Lucht
15:05 Customer Testimonial: Feedback on the Product Portfolio Management pilot with Rational Focal Point at Volvo group
Dominique Bontemps, Volvo IT
15:55 Coffee Break
16:25 Lower Cost and Increase Business Agility with Application Portfolio Management (PDF, 1.58MB)
Vicky Bunyard


14:15 Trends Reshaping the Future of Enterprise Applications and Systems (PDF, 1.91MB)
Sanjay Chandru
15:05 Smarter Development and Testing for IBM System z (PDF, 1.8MB)
Sanjay Candru & Paul Pilotto, Asist
15:55 Coffee Break
16:25 Building IBM i Applications Smarter (PDF, 445KB)
Henk van der Wijk & Paul Pilotto, Asist
17:15 Closing
Rational Sales Leader
17:25 Closing Key Note (PDF, 1.5MB)
Stefano Stinchi, European IBM Rational leader

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Keynote Speaker - Walker Royce

Walker RoyceWalker Royce is the Chief Software Economist in IBM Software Group. He is a principal consultant and practice leader specializing in measured improvement of systems and software development capability. He is the author of three books: Eureka! Discover and enjoy the hidden power of the English language (Morgan James, 2011), The Economics of Software Development (Addison Wesley, 2009) and Software Project Management, A Unified Framework (Addison Wesley, 1998). From 1994 through 2009, Mr. Royce was the Vice President and General Manager of IBM’s Rational Services organization and built a worldwide team of 500 technical specialists in software delivery best practices and $100M in consulting services. Before joining Rational/IBM, Walker spent 16 years in software project development, software technology development, and software management roles at TRW Electronics & Defense. He was a recipient of TRW’s Chairman’s Award for Innovation for his contributions in distributed architecture middleware and iterative software processes in 1990 and was a TRW Technical Fellow. He received his BA in physics from the University of California and his MS in computer engineering from the University of Michigan.