IEEE Software Magazine Multimedia

Each issue, IEEE Software features a variety of multimedia enhancements to its print publication in the form of video interviews, podcast installments, simulations, and presentations. You can access them below or via the IEEE Computer Society YouTube stream.

November/December 2013

The cover features in the November/December 2013 issue of IEEE Software examine architecture sustainability. Multimedia highlights include guest editors Paris Avgeriou and Rich Hilliard on the importance of architecture sustainability including the three types of approaches they distinguish for handling change systematically; and guest editor Michael Stal on his experiences with architecture sustainability as a principal engineer at Siemens AG’s Corporate Research and Technology division.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Deus ex Machina" by Grady Booch for the On Computing column; "Requirements Engineering’s Next Top Model" by Jane Cleland-Huang for the Requirements column; "The Frictionless Development Environment Scorecard" by Diomidis Spinellis for the Tools of the Trade column.

Additional multimedia highlights comprise an interview with Eben Upton about Raspberry Pi, an insider's view of MOOCs, "Kinecting to Mathematics through Embodied Interactions", and "Computing Education: MOOCs: An Insider’s View."

An additional multimedia content connected to this issue include highlights of an interview with Girish Seshagiri, the CEO of AIS, about the organization's philosophy of offering “firm fixed-price contracting with performance guarantees, along with the full interview.

The complete multimedia list for Software's November/December 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/ieeeComputerSociety.

September/October 2013

The cover features in the September/October 2013 issue of IEEE Software examine the many faces of software analytics. Multimedia highlights include John Howie on the cost of big data and James Whittaker on the future of search.

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include author Grady Booch providing an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he discusses how some unintended consequences of computing might be that future generations never experience the smell of books, the sound of a computer, or the sanctuary of privacy; author Diomidis Spinellis providing an audio recording of his Tools of the Trade column, in which he discusses how comparing a good system with a buggy one can help locate the source of the problem; and author Jane Cleland-Huang providing an audio recording of her Requirements column, in which she discusses how requirements engineers can keep developers informed of underlying architectural decisions and help preserve code quality during change maintenance.

An additional multimedia highlight connected to this issue’s installment of Insights is an audio podcast in which Bett Correa and Russ Miller discuss contextual design (CD), a user-centered design process created by Hugh Beyer and Karen Holtzblatt.

The complete multimedia list for Software's September/October 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/ieeeComputerSociety.

July/August 2013: Software Analytics

The cover features in the July/August 2013 issue of IEEE Software examine software analytics. Multimedia highlights include Paul Zikopoulos on Mining Big Data; Catherine Plaisant and Megan Monroe on Big Data Information Visualization, and Tim Menzies on Software Analytics: So What?

Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include author Grady Booch providing an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he peers behind the curtain of computing into the mystery behind software-intensive systems; author Diomidis Spinellis providing an audio recording of his Tools of the Trade column, in which he discusses how whether to write portable code or not should be the outcome of a cost-benefit analysis; and author Jane Cleland-Huang providing an audio recording of her Requirements column, in which she discusses how architecturally-savvy personas provide a tangible approach for capturing performance, reliability, security, and other quality goals and for reasoning about their impact on system design.

Additional multimedia highlights include an overview of the IBM Impact 2013 Unconference, Tim O'Reilly and Grady Booch discussing the IBM Impact 2013 Conference, David Weiss discussing the benefits of using software product line engineering to produce software families.

Also included in this issue is a video preview of the Software Experts Summit 2013, presented by IEEE Software, with a focus on Smart Data Science: Harnessing Data for Intelligent Decision Making. Scheduled for 17 July at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington, speakers include James Whittaker of Microsoft, Paul Zikopoulos of IBM, Wolfram Schulte of Microsoft Research, Ayse Bener of Ryerson University, and Forrest Shull of the Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering.

The complete multimedia list for Software's July/August 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/ieeeComputerSociety.

May/June 2013: Safety-Critical Software

The cover features in the May/June2013 issue of IEEE Software examine safety-critical software. Multimedia highlights include Hervé Delseny giving examples of Airbus’s use of formal methods to verify avionics software and summarizing the integration of formal methods in the upcoming ED-12/DO-178 issue C.

In addition, author Grady Booch provides an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he discusses how the purpose of good software is to make the complex appear simple, and author Diomidis Spinellis provides an audio recording of his Tools of the Trade column, in which he discusses how with mean and lean code, paranoid testing, and comprehensive logging, programmers can write the systems software that their applications deserve.

Also included in this issue is a video preview of the Software Experts Summit 2013, presented by IEEE Software, with a focus on Smart Data Science: Harnessing Data for Intelligent Decision Making. Scheduled for 17 July at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington, speakers include James Whittaker of Microsoft, Paul Zikopoulos of IBM, Wolfram Schulte of Microsoft Research, Ayse Bener of Ryerson University, and Forrest Shull of the Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering.

The complete multimedia list for Software's May/June 2013 issue is available on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/ieeeComputerSociety.

March/April 2013: Twin Peaks of Architecture and Requirements

The cover features in the March/April 2013 issue of IEEE Software examine the twin peaks of architecture and requirements. Multimedia highlights include interviews with Ellen Gottesdiener and Mary Gorman about requirements management in an agile context; Philippe Kruchten about how software engineers can be misled by their own cognitive biases, falacial reasoning, and the games architects and requirements managers play; and an interview in which Humberto Cervantes from Autonomous Metropolitan University speaks with JosuÈ MartÌnez Buenrrostro, a software architect at Quarksoft in Mexico City, about the design process discussed in the article "A Principled Way to Use Frameworks in Architecture Design".

In addition, author Grady Booch provides an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he introduces the complex philosophical, ethical, and technical issues associated with the idea that the mind can be understood as a computer, and author Diomidis Spinellis provides an audio recording of his Tools of the Trade column, in which he discusses ACMís SPLASH (Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity) 2012 conference where six practitioners and academics came together for a panel discussion about "Software Tools Research: A Matter of Scale and Scopeóor Commoditization?"

Also included in this issue (related to the Impact column) are videos from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory discuss how rovers drive on Mars, how the Mars rover Curiosity communicates, and the scientific study by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover at Rocknest.

The complete multimedia list for IEEE Software's March/April 2013 issue is available on YouTube.

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