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The Design for Trustworthy Software Compilation Launching a Design for Trustworthy Software (DFTS) Initiative by Bijay K. Jayaswal, Peter C. Patton

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Introduction

This short cut emphasizes building organization-wide competencies to launch and sustain a DFTS initiative. It starts with a review of various planning activities and a summary of deliverables. It is followed by a detailed presentation of the two implementation steps (Steps 11 and 12). Step 11 deals with establishing overall learning objectives, designing and customizing learning curricula, and providing training for support personnel. Step 12, the core of DFTS implementation, consists of black belt and master black belt training and the ensuing application of such learning to an actual software development project. This is followed by a discussion of monitoring and control mechanisms. A defining aspect of the DFTS learning process ...

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