Monthly Archives: June 2010

Cloud Computing Demystified Day

Following on my previous post about organizing a day on Cloud Computing, I like to share the development about organizing the event. Each of the supporters for this event, IT University of Copenhagen,Alexandra Institute, CFIR (Copenhagen Finance IT Region) , … Continue reading

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NxGT for GSD

Organizations are increasingly adopting geographically distributed development models, which are commonly known as Global Software Development or Global Software Engineering (GSE). There are many forms of GSD such as outsourcing, offshoring, nearshoring, software ecosystems, distributed development centres, and strategic alliances … Continue reading

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Summer School on EBSE

I am extremely delighted to annouce that I have seized an opportunity to run a summer school for PhD students on Systematic Literature Reviews and Systematic Mapping studies, two of the fundamental research methodologies of Evidence Based Software Engineering. The … Continue reading

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ECSA 2010 program almost final!!!

We have been making pretty smooth progress on finalizing the program for ECSA 2010, which is one of the premier forum of software architecture community around the World in general and in Europe in particular. Like previous gatherings of ECSA, … Continue reading

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GIRI Day

This post is about a very interesting and interactive day organized to mark the one year celebration of GIRI, that is why called GIRI day :-). Along with other colleagues, I also gave a talk about our research and activities … Continue reading

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EASI-Clouds gets green signal from ITEA!!!

It is a fantastic news that ITEA has given our PO named “EASI-Clouds” a thumb up and invited us to submit a full project proposal. All the consortium partners from five countries put a lot of effort in preparing a … Continue reading

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