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SEN submissions are now being accepted at http://sen.sigsoft.org/.
New Site for Online Submissions
We have a new site, http://sen.sigsoft.org/, for online submission of items for publication in SEN. You can submit articles, reports, reviews, columns, announcements and book reviews.
Books Available For Review
If you're a member of SIGSOFT and would like to see your name in print, check out the list of available books, have the editor send you a book, read it, write up your review and send it in.
Papers, Reviews and Columns in the September Issue
This issue of SEN includes reports and papers on:
- Summary of the International Conference on Software and System Processes (ICSSP 2016), by Marco Kuhrmann, Rory V. O'Connor, Dewayne E. Perry, David Raffo
- A Nine Year Story of the India Software Engineering Conference from 2008 to 2016, by Richa Sharma, Ashish Sureka
The letters and columns in this issue include the following:
- From the Chair - Nenad Medvidovic
- Letter from the Editor: John Georgas
- Top 10 Downloaded Articles
- Top 10 Most Cited Articles
- SIGSOFT and ACM Learning Webinars available on YouTube
- Be Prepared - Leon Osterweil
- Passages - Alex Groce
- Science, Society and Software Engineering Part 2 - Robert Schaefer
- The State of ICSE - Sebastian Elbaum
- Surfing the Net for Software Engineering Notes - Mark Doernhoefer
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
SEN online in the Digital Library
The full text of the current issue and all back issues of Software Engineering Notes is now available free online for SIGSOFT members in the ACM Digital Library.