Monthly Archives: April 2013

Extended Team Model in Global Software Engineering

Distributed development of software has become a fact of life. Companies adopt different models of Global Software Development (GSD) paradigm based on their needs and the opportunities available to them. Apart from some of the well known models of GSD … Continue reading

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Building European Software Architecture Community: How Far Have We Come?

This is the title of an introduction of the guest editors to a special theme of an upcoming journal of Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM). This special theme carries four papers which are an extended and revised versions of the … Continue reading

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Sharing Experiences from Human-Centric Software Engineering Research

My current visit of down under (Australia) provided me with several opportunities to visit several colleagues, albeit for short catch meetings, and share our current research directions and ¬†outcomes. My discussions and invited talks mainly focused on our experiences of … Continue reading

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