Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cloud Computing: Real or Fad!

While there are several unanswered questions about the viability, risks, and advantages of Cloud Computing, there are a growing number of signs that this emerging paradigm of computing is not a new technological fad. Rather its real and has been … Continue reading

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Supporting Geographically Distributed Software Design Teams

While we have eagerly started working on organizing one of the most important community gatherings of researchers, practitioners, and educators interested in global software engineering, ICGSE 2011, the other day, one of my colleagues, Pernille Bjorn, from ITU organized a … Continue reading

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New Course on Cloud Computing

I have another exciting news with regards to our ongoing activities in the area of Cloud computing research and education. The exciting news is that we will be offering a brand new course on Cloud computing from Spring 2011 at … Continue reading

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