Stevens Award

The Stevens Award is a software engineering lecture award given by the Reengineering Forum, an industry association.wikipedia
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Wayne Stevens (software engineer)

Wayne Stevens
This award lecture is named in memory of Wayne Stevens (1944-1993), a consultant, author, pioneer, and advocate of the practical application of software methods and tools.
The annual Stevens Award Lecture on Software Development Methods is named after him.

Michael A. Jackson

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Jackson received the Stevens Award for Software Development Methods in 1997.

Tom DeMarco

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DeMarco was the 1986 recipient of the Warnier Prize for "lifetime contribution to the field of computing", and the 1999 recipient of the Stevens Award for "contribution to the methods of software development".

Peter Chen

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He received the Stevens Award in Software Method Innovation in 2001.

Jim Highsmith

He is the creator of Adaptive Software Development, described in his 1999 book "Adaptive Software Development", and winner of the 2000 Jolt Award, and the Stevens Award in 2005.

Gerald Weinberg

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Warnier Prize for Excellence in Information Sciences, the 2000 Winner of The Stevens Award for Contributions to Software Engineering, the 2010 Software Test Professionals first annual Luminary Award and the European Testing Excellence Award at the EuroSTAR Conference in 2013.

Larry Constantine

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He is the 2009 recipient of the Stevens Award for "outstanding contributions to the literature or practice of methods for software and systems development."

Cordell Green

In 2002, Green was awarded the Stevens Award for "contributions to methods for software and systems development".

Barry Boehm

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Recent awards for Barry Boehm include the Office of the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence in 1992, the ASQC Lifetime Achievement Award in 1994, the ACM Distinguished Research Award in Software Engineering in 1997, and the IEEE International Stevens Award.

Jared Spool

In 2011, the Stevens Award was given to Spool, "whose quiet evangelism of usability and the practical outcomes of methods and tools had a wide-ranging influence on how we think about making systems effective."

Philip Newcomb

In 2012 he was awarded the Stevens Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the literature or practice of methods for software and systems development.

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The Stevens Award is a software engineering lecture award given by the Reengineering Forum, an industry association.

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The international Stevens Award was created to recognize outstanding contributions to the literature or practice of methods for software and systems development.

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The award was founded by International Workshop on Computer Aided Software Engineering (IWCASE), an international workshop association of users and developers of computer-aided software engineering (CASE) technology, which merged into The Reengineering Forum.

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