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The Software Performance Engineering Body of Knowledge

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The Software Performance Engineering Body of Knowledge

The software performance engineering space has a fascinating body of knowledge. Check out the five knowledge areas of the SPE space.

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How can we benefit from the using a Body of Knowledge approach for Software Performance Engineering. The goals is to address the career path, the organization, the industry practices, and to enable you to build a BoK within your company, for the performance engineer. There are five knowledge areas for performance engineering.

This is an overview presentation I gave at the Greater Boston Computer Measurement Group and the National meeting. There are two documents here, the Powerpoint and the Detailed document.  It is a work in progress.

Presentation: SPEBoK CMG National V4

Paper with the details of the SPEBoK: The Guide to the Software Performance engineering body of knowledge V4

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