Monthly Archives: November 2010

Innovation in Cloud Computing

Following on my previous posts on cloud computing related initiatives at ITU and its academic and industry partners, a new development is that we have started the process of forming a consortium of Danish researchers and practitioners for innovation in … Continue reading

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Global Software Engineering Challenges for the Next Decade

This is the main theme of the next year’s one of the largest gatherings of academic and corporate researchers, and practitioners interested in Global Software Engineering (GSE) – I am referring to the sixth IEEE International Conference on Global Software … Continue reading

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Turkish Software Architecture Conference

Yes, there is a Turkish software architecture conference and a large and growing community of software engineering researchers and practitioners interested in software architecture research and practice. And this is a biennial conference, which is being organized for the last … Continue reading

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Non-Functional Requirements in Systems and Software Engineering

Non-Functional Requirements, quality attributes, architecturally significant requirements, extra-functional requirements, or whatever you call them, are the main driving force behind the key design or development decisions in any large scale software-intensive system development. It is widely recognized that quality attributes … Continue reading

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