RCoSE - 2nd International Workshop on Rapid Continuous Software Engineering @ ICSE 2015 Florence, Italy

Continuous software engineering refers to the organizational capability to develop, release and learn from software in very short rapid cycles, typically hours, days or very small numbers of weeks. This requires not only agile processes in teams but in the complete research and development organization. Additionally, the technology used in the different development phases, like requirements engineering and system integration, must support the quick development cycles. Finally, automatic live experimentation for different system alternatives enables fast gathering of required data for decision making.

Important Dates

  • Abstract: Jan 23, 2015 (mandatory)
  • Submission: January 26, 2015 20:00 CET (extended)
  • Notification: February 18, 2015
  • Camera Ready: February 27, 2015
  • Workshop: May 23, 2015

Paper Types

  • 7 pages long papers
  • 4 pages position papers

Call for Papers

Topics

Topics relevant to the scope of the workshop include rapid continuous software engineering as described above and specifically the following
  • agile practices
  • relations between agile practices and the specific development phases, e.g., requirements engineering, architectural design, programming languages, validation and verification
  • organizational aspects of agile processes
  • tools supporting continuous software engineering
  • application / system monitoring
  • live and automatic experimentation and quick feedback of experimental results
  • usability / human computer interaction
  • software evolution
  • software maintainance

Special Issue

Based on the workshop, a special issue on the workshop's topics has been arranged with the Journal of Systems and Software. The special issue is open for submissions of either new papers or significantly extended workshop papers.

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