Programming Languages

September/October 2014

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The guest editors of IEEE Software magazine's September/October issue describe the field of programming languages and why they selected the articles highlighted here. The Web extra at http://youtu.be/SmIc0Chc9Y0 is an audio recording in which author IEEE Software Multimedia Editor Davide Falessi interviews Laurence Tratt and Adam Welc, guest editors of IEEE Software magazine's September/October 2014 issue, about the field of programming languages. Read full article »

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Is Your Upgrade Worth It? Process Mining Can Tell

Is Your Upgrade Worth It? Process Mining Can Tell

Process mining can show if a new release will provide quantifiable benefits to end users by capitalizing on event logs that capture information about processes. Read full article »

How Well Do You Know Your Personae Non Gratae?

How Well Do You Know Your Personae Non Gratae?

Jane Cleland-Huang discusses the importance of making informed decisions about how much effort to invest in analyzing security needs and specifying product-level security requirements. Read full article »

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To Code or Not to Code
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