Today’s software industry is more global and distributed than it has been ever before.
The idea of developing major software products or IT services in one location or by one team belongs to the past.
The discussion covered many different aspects and issues from recognition and career paths to funding and community building. [Read More] Welcome to the first US-RSE newsletter.
In this bi-monthly newsletter, we will share recent, current and planned activities of US-RSE.
The primary evaluation criteria are high-quality submissions, innovative aspects in the domain of global software engineering, the practical impact of the proposed study, and thorough evaluation.
The final decision will be made by the guest editors, in consultation with the journal’s Editors-in-Chief and the Special Issues Editor.
Authors are requested to attach the previously published article and a cover letter explaining the changes made in the journal version.
The difference in contributions between the two versions should also be stated in the submitted article.
By publishing the latest research on novel approaches to software engineering and by evaluating them against systems and software quality criteria, ENASE conferences advance knowledge and research in software engineering, including and emphasizing service-oriented, business-process driven, and ubiquitous mobile computing.
ENASE aims at identifying most hopeful trends and proposing new directions for consideration by researchers and practitioners involved in large-scale systems and software development, integration, deployment, delivery, maintenance and evolution.