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North SE 2017 - Connecting Software Research and Practice

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Energy Academy Europe

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“Software Is Eating The World” (Marc Andreessen)

In the Netherlands, the field of Software Engineering has had enormous impact on all types of industry. More and more companies are putting more R&D focus on the software part of the systems they develop, often leading global trends.

The purpose of this one-day workshop is to share break-throughs and challenges and to build ties within the Software community in the Northern provinces of the Netherlands, as well as to bring together industry and academia.


Program, November 29th 2017


09:30 - 10:30 Keynote: Technical Debt in Software Development — Myths and Realities, Prof. Philippe Kruchten, UBC Canada


10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break


11:00 - 12:30 State of the Research

Manageable Software Architectures - Prof.dr. Paris Avgeriou
Cost-Effective Cloud Computing - Vasilios Andrikopoulos
Sustainable Software Ecosystems - Mircea F. Lungu
Domain Specific Languages for All - Prof.dr. Tijs van der Storm


12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break


13:30 - 15:00 State of Industrial Practice

Making ING the world's most agile and scalable bank, Gert Vermeer, ING
Measuring code quality: 40 years after cyclomatic complexity, Paul Jansen, Tiobe Software
From idea to feature in a management-less organization, Marco Vellinga, Voys
Managing the cost of change in high growth companies, Fotos Georgiadis, Catawiki


15:00-15:30 Coffee break


15:30-16:30 Software Engineering landscape in the Netherlands

The role of VERSEN (Dutch National Association for Software Engineering) and IPN (ICT-onderzoek platform Nederland), Prof. Dr. Patricia Lago

Discussion Panel on the Collaboration between Research and Industry

- Prof.dr. Paris Avgeriou (RUG - chair)

- Rix Groenboom (Parasoft)

- Marco Boeve (ICT)

- Prof. Patricia Lago (VU Amsterdam)

- Prof. Philippe Kruchten (University British Columbia)


16:30 Closing and drinks


Location

The event will be hosted in the most sustainable education-related building in the Netherlands, the brand new Energy Academy Europe in the Zernike Campus of the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Go to lecture hall 0029

The coffee breaks, lunch and drinks will be served in the winter garden of the Energy Academy.



Keynote Details

Abstract: In the development of software-intensive systems, technical debt is that weird phenomenon that impedes further progress. More precisely, technical debt cAbstonsists of design or implementation constructs that were expedient in the short term, but that have set up a technical context that can make a future change more costly or even impossible. Technical debt primarily impacts maintainability and evolvability. Lots is being said and written about technical debt, lately; the topic is popular, indeed, but much of it exploits the financial metaphor a bit too literally. Your technical debt is not like a house mortgage. In this presentation, I’ll look at some of the misconceptions and fallacies surrounding technical debt, and will point at the still rather limited toolset at our disposal to effectively tackle it.

Speaker Bio: Philippe Kruchten is a software engineer. He is currently doing research and teaching software engineering at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Prior to UBC, he had a long career as a software architect and software process engineer with Rational Software (now part of IBM), and Alcatel. He has degrees in mechanical engineering and computer science from French engineering schools.




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  • Fotos

    Fotos

    Catawiki

    Managing Change

  • Gert

    Gert

    ING

    Agility and Scalability

  • Marco

    Marco

    Voys

    Managing Organizations

  • Mircea

    Mircea

    RUG

    Software Ecosystems

  • Paris

    Paris

    RUG

    Software Architecture

  • Patricia

    Patricia

    VuA

    VERSEN

  • Paul

    Paul

    Tiobe

    Code Quality

  • Philippe

    Philippe

    UBC

    Technical Debt

  • Tijs

    Tijs

    CWI / RUG

    DSLs

  • Vasilios

    Vasilios

    RUG

    Cloud Engineering


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