Internetware and Beyond

January/February 2015

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Software engineering for Internet computing involves the architecting, development, deployment, management, and quality assurance of software supporting Internet-based systems. It also addresses global-development issues such as communication complexity, distributed control, governance policies, and cultural differences. This issue presents a selection of exciting and representative research on this topic. The Web extra at is an audio recording in which author IEEE Software Multimedia Editor Davide Falessi interviews Antonia Bertolino, Hong Mei, and Tao Xie, guest editors of the magazine's January/February 2015 issue on Software Engineering for Internet Computing: Internetware and Beyond. Read full article »

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Hiring in the Software Industry

Hiring in the Software Industry

In this excerpt from Software Engineering Radio, Tobias Kaatz talks with Randy Shoup, formerly Kixeye’s CTO and Google's Cloud Computing Group director of engineering. Read full article »

Collaboration Spaces for Virtual Software Teams

Collaboration Spaces for Virtual Software Teams

Eight core requirements derived from industrial settings address how to provide virtual software teams with a sufficient level of awareness for their work activities. Read full article »


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Podcast: Software Engineering Radio

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Episode 221: Jez Humble on Continuous Delivery
Johannes Thönes interviews Jez Humble, senior vice president at Chef, about continuous delivery (CD).


Video: On Computing

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Of Boilers, Bit, and Bots
Author Grady Booch provides an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he discusses how parallels exist between the Industrial Revolution and our current computing revolution regarding risk, transparency, and responsibility.