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Papers, Reviews and Columns in the March Issue
This issue of SEN includes reports and papers on:
- ACM SIGSOFT FSE 2014 Conference Summary, by Shing-Chi Cheung, Alessandro Orso and Margaret-Anne Storey
- Moving Beyond: Insights from 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering Research and Industrial Practices (SER&IPs 2014), by Sridhar Chimalakonda, Y. Raghu Reddy and Rakesh Shukla
- Technical Debt: Beyond Definition to Understanding: Report on the Sixth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, by Carolyn Seaman, Robert L. Nord, Philippe Kruchten and Ipek Ozkaya
- Impact of Size and Productivity on Testing and Rework Efforts for Web based Development Projects, by Mridul Bhardwaj and Prof (Dr.) Ajay Rana
- Cloud Computing: State of the Art and Security Issues, by Shruti Chhabra, V. S. Dixit
- An Empirical Evaluation of Iterative Maintenance Life Cycle Using XP, by Jitender Choudhari and Ugrasen Suman
- Comparative Analysis of Traditional and Object Oriented Software Testing, by Preeti Gulia and Jyoti Chugh
- A Systematic Literature Review on Global Software Development Life Cycle, by Ritu Jain and Ugrasen Suman
- Performance Measurement and Analysis of High Availability Clusters, by Dr. (Ms) Arvinder Kaur and Shraddha Verma
- Neuro-Fuzzy Model to Estimate & Optimize Quality and Performance of Component Based Software Engineering, by Gaurav Kumar and Pradeep Kumar Bhatia
- Design of an Abstraction Layer for Communication with BOSH XMPP Server, by Vignesh P and Selvakumar S
- Application Multi-Tenancy for Software as a Service, by Sanjukta Pal, Amit Kr Mandal and Anirban Sarkar
- Re-architecture of Contiki and Cooja Regression Test Suites using Combinatorial Testing Approach, by Abhinandan H. Patil, Neena Goveas and Krishnan Rangarajan
- Analysis of Conflicting User Requirements in Web Applications Using Graph Transformation, by Rashmi Phalnikar and Devesh Jinwala
- A Dynamic Optimization Technique for Redesigning OO Software for Reusability, by Dr. R. Selvarani and P. Mangayarkarasi
- Including Performance Benchmarks into Continuous Integration to Enable DevOps, by Jan Waller, Nils C. Ehmke, Wilhelm Hasselbring
The letters and columns in this issue include the following:
- From the Chair: Snow (Hey Oh) - Will Tracz
- From the Editor - Michael Wing
- Top 10 Downloaded Articles
- Top 10 Most Cited Articles
- Passages - Alex Groce
- Software Engineering Education (SEEd) - Mark A. Ardis, Peter B. Henderson
- Surfing the Net for Software Engineering Notes - Mark Doernhoefer
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
- Calendar of Events - Daniela Castelluccia
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