Our next Software Engineering Leaders Forum will take place in Edinburgh, and will be led by Steve Higgon, CEO of TAAP, around the topic of Generative AI. The quarterly S.E.L.F group
Our next Software Engineering Leaders Forum will take place in Edinburgh, and will be led by Steve Higgon, CEO of TAAP, around the topic of Generative AI.
The quarterly S.E.L.F group provides a forum for software engineering leaders, CIO’s and CTO’s across the Scottish tech sector to share ideas and explore common challenges. The meetups also provide opportunities for informal mentoring and potential opportunities for joint working.
The evolution of the software development lifecycle (SDLC) has been marked by a continuous search for methodologies that enhance efficiency, adaptability, and responsiveness. This journey, from the structured Waterfall model to more flexible frameworks like Agile and DevOps, highlights the industry’s commitment to evolving with technological advancements and market demands. While Agile introduced a paradigm shift by emphasising iterative development, collaboration, and customer feedback, it also preserved the core phases of the SDLC—requirements analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance. The subsequent integration of DevOps and Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) practices further enhanced collaboration between development and operations teams. Despite the rapid pace of innovation, the foundational stages of the SDLC have demonstrated remarkable resilience, proving their lasting relevance in adapting to the changing software landscape.
In the digital era, generative AI is the latest transformative force in the SDLC, offering unparalleled capabilities in automating and optimising the development process. This shift towards leveraging AI tools represents a significant leap forward, streamlining development cycles, reducing costs, and igniting product innovation. TAAP is pioneering the integration of generative AI within application development. Our upcoming presentation will explore the best practices for utilising these powerful technologies, supported by real-world customer use cases. These examples will illustrate the substantial benefits of generative AI, showcasing its ability to enhance and fundamentally transform the traditional software development lifecycle.
This event is exclusively for ScotlandIS members – secure your place now below.
(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm BST
1 Tanfield, Edinburgh EH3 5DA
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