The CSMR 2009 proceedings have been published; within it you will find the latest paper produced by the CROSS team. The paper has also been added to the Lincoln eprints service.
And so CSMR concludes. Still recovering from the conference dinner (surreally hosted in the Hotel Alcatraz, which used to be a prison -- and that's not a joke). Enjoyed it here, conversed with some really interesting chaps, and one or two personal heroes. Let me wrap up with some bite-sized snippets: Acceptance rate of papers: ... more
CSMR 2009 soldiers on. Today's keynote was delivered by Tibor Gyimothy which looked at software metrics from the developer's point of view. He presented the results of a study where developers were surveyed for their opinions on various metrics. The developers were divided based upon such attributes as experience, platform knowledge (Java, C/C++, C#, SQL), ... more
Guten tag. How embarrassing. The weather in Kaiserslautern is bad, I'm an Englishman.... and I don't have an umbrella. But at least the Fraunhofer IESE Centre is a wonderful environment. Which leads me to quickly express my admiration of the German approach to technical research and development. Briefly, there are four "actors" in their setup: ... more
This year's European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering is in Kaiserslautern, Germany. I'll be there, but my fellow researchers in the Centre of Research on Open Source Software won't because we've been accepted to so many different conferences we have to divide ourselves up because it's the only way we can afford to attend ... more