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CEB members are industry experts with knowledge in engineering processes, project management, business, leadership, process improvement, and many other software engineering-related topics. CEB members are recognized as leaders in the industry and are a huge part of CrossTalk's ongoing success.
Being a CEB member is purely a volunteer effort. Periodically, we will contact you to see if you have time to read and provide comments on an article in your area of expertise. We will never send you an article and expect you to review it. You will have a chance to accept or deny the opportunity to review an article based on your availability. We will give you ample time to read the article and perform your review; we are aware that your time is extremely valuable.
CEB members benefit from staying well-informed on the latest tools, techniques, processes, and policies as they review articles from some of the best and brightest authors in the software, defense, and engineering communities. In addition, CrossTalk publishes a list of current CEB members each January. I hope you will become a CrossTalk Editorial Board member and share your expertise in a way that will benefit our readers.