• Posts Tagged ‘software development’

    Recap of PROFES 2014 Conference

    by  • January 14, 2015 • Conference, Publication, Quality measurement, Software development, Software engineering, Software Testing & QA, Visualization • 0 Comments

    Last month took place the PROFES 2014 conference, focused on “software engineering techniques, methods, and technologies for product-focused software development and process improvement as well as their practical application in an industrial setting”. The conference consisted of tutorials, a doctoral consortium, and academic presentations. The online conference program now includes slides for all the...

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    Exploring the Test-first programming

    by  • October 13, 2014 • Agile Software Development, Software development, Software engineering, Software quality • 0 Comments

    Extreme Programming (XP) introduced us with multiple central techniques like pair-programming, small releases, incremental planning, continuous integration and many more. One of the key techniques of XP is test-first programming! The whole process from a small design, incremental code and continuous testing is known as Test Driven Development (TDD). The test-first programming constitutes of...

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    KES International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies, IDT-2013

    by  • August 26, 2013 • Conference, Event, Publication

    ATB being one of the consortium members, participated in the KES International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies, IDT-2013. The conference took place in Sesimbra Portugal from the 26th of June up to the 28th of June. ATB presented a paper that deals with the U-QASAR project and concept of the envisaged platform. Its title is Context Sensitive...

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    Software development trends

    by  • August 21, 2013 • Agile Software Development, Quality assurance trends, Software development

    Software development has become a highly complex and diverse practice, which isn’t properly reflected in present solutions for ALM. Typical trends in the software engineering, which are more relevant to our project (UQASAR), are low formalism processes, customer-driven development, self-managed teams, and a great variability in process frameworks.   1. A Trend of Lower...

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    Visualizing software development data

    by  • August 6, 2013 • Quality measurement, Software development, Software quality, Visualization

    Kienle and Müller (2007) have identified requirements for software visualization tools by conducting a comprehensive literature survey. Their focus was on tools that visualize the structure of source code and measurements derived from the source code. The identified non-functional requirements are: rendering scalability, information scalability, interoperability, customizability, interactivity, usability, and adoptability. The identified functional...

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    Software quality measurement using fixed set of measures

    by  • June 11, 2013 • Software quality

    This school of thought takes the basic point of view that there is a set of measures that can be developed, validated, and subsequently applied everywhere. Being the most traditional approach, it has led to the software engineering community being very active in developing a large number of measures for various purposes. Fenton and...

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