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SOFTWARE ENGINEERING IN GLOBALLY DISTRIBUTED TEAMS

Manasés Jesús Galindo Bello
2018 Figshare  
This paper presents the most common software engineering practices, challenges and tools in global teams, as well as practical cases in the industrial and academic realms  ...  Software can be developed by local teams which members have different cultural backgrounds, as well as by teams distributed across countries.  ...  class [19] [20] for the students to get acquainted with local and global software engineering.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7181951 fatcat:j3awo66zpjbpbft2vjn52r6k7q

STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE ADAPTATION OF FOREIGN MIGRANTS (THE CASE OF THE OECD MEMBER STATES)

Maria Pitukhina
2020 The EUrASEANs: journal on global socio-economic dynamics  
The author also explains how OECD migration policy responds to technological, economic, and social challenges.  ...  In effective adaptation of foreign migrants the principal role is mainly assigned to monitoring of the OECD member states.  ...  Chemical engineer 2 Sweden Mountain metallurgy 8 Denmark Electrical engineer engineer IT engineer Crane operator Software developer Geodesist Civil engineer Software developer Engineer Chemical engineer  ... 
doi:10.35678/2539-5645.5(24).2020.56-76 fatcat:4ni7m65gyfeb7fwgvvrtqm3svu

Surviving global software development

C. Ebert, P. De Neve
2001 IEEE Software  
Product line concept Global products with different local markets both stimulate and hinder true global software development.  ...  His interests include human responses in multicultural software organizations, realtime software development, and artificial intelligence. He studied electrical engineering in the KIHO-Ghent.  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.914748 fatcat:ou6biz43tzcrzlpz5hpnj3yywm

A Qualitative Study of Hard Decision Making in Managing Global Software Development Teams

Ángel García-Crespo, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Pedro Soto-Acosta, Marcos Ruano-Mayoral
2010 Information systems management  
We empirically explored the implication of hard decisions in the context of the management of global software development (GSD) teams.  ...  We hypothesized and empirically tested our belief that hard decision making in conventional development projects is very similar to GSD and differences arise from the nature of the relationship and the  ...  INTRODUCTION Due to increasing globalization tendencies in organization environment, Software Development is evolving from a single site development to multiple localization team environments (Hernández-López  ... 
doi:10.1080/10580530.2010.493839 fatcat:hfzrcrlpyraglhkk6putb66qta

The Four Tigers of Global E-Business Infrastructure: Strategies and Implications for Emerging Economies

Minna Elina Sarkar, Omar A. El Sawy
2003 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Recommendations are drawn for emerging countries striving to increase their participation in global ebusiness.  ...  These Tigers of global e-business infrastructure include Singapore, India, Ireland, and Finland.  ...  To copy otherwise, to republish, to post on servers, or to redistribute to lists requires prior specific permission and/or fee. Request permission to publish from: AIS Administrative Office, P.O.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01201 fatcat:35tlupvcgfc7xjysxmjb6atx5i

The Importance of Globalization in Higher Education [chapter]

Patricia Fox, Stephen Hundley
2011 New Knowledge in a New Era of Globalization  
with trends toward globalization (Turner, 2010) .  ...  The President, who is originally from Singapore but who had a global trotting career path through Canada, United States and back to Singapore before taking the President's position in Saudi Arabia.  ... 
doi:10.5772/17972 fatcat:fm5pwkjakjeofhg7vfeebzzruq

Performing a Project in a Distributed Software Development Course: Lessons Learned

Federico Ciccozzi, Ivica Crnkovic
2010 2010 5th IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
In order to provide a real environment for students placed in different countries to learn and apply the best practices in distributed software development, a course has been developed jointly by two european  ...  This paper describes the course design, challenges, results and success factors, from a students perspective.  ...  INTRODUCTION Global Software Engineering (GSE) is based on Distributed Software Development (DSD) which provides several benefits such as a broader area, from which an higher number of skilled personnel  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2010.29 dblp:conf/icgse/CiccozziC10 fatcat:wlsmas2dlfbhtak7sinnnddioq

EDUCON 2020 Author Index

2020 2020 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)  
C 905 Koenig, Eric Developing English Language Competence for Global Engineers 242 Koleilat Câmara, Musbah Work in Progress: Entrepreneurship as a Path to Develop Women Career in Engineering  ...  Report of a CS1 Course for Computer Engineering Majors Based on PBL 837 Spiesberger, Paul Assessing Mozambique's Software Industry to Foster Local Universities-Industry Collaboration 1740 Spyropoulou,  ... 
doi:10.1109/educon45650.2020.9125236 fatcat:xnib6mhr3rgejmn3zne5jqxiaa

Macroethical systems and sustainability science

Brad Allenby
2006 Sustainability Science  
institutions and engineered constructs in an increasingly anthropogenic, highly multicultural, economically globalizing and highly contingent world.  ...  For example, whose values and definitions will be embedded in the paths that human political dialogs, such as the Kyoto process on global climate change, select for carbon and nitrogen cycles, or for the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-006-0003-8 fatcat:z4rprhlkvvbmxpchxhfvwk5cyi

Ethnic Entrepreneurs and Other Migrants in the Wake of Globalization

Aleksandra Ålund
2003 International Review of Sociology  
Different expressions of ethnic entrepreneurship are discussed in the context of the "global city" and its various types of citizen.  ...  Other aspects of entrepreneurship to be discussed are related to the "importation" of Thais as "tourists" to Sweden, where they are exposed to severe exploitation in the informal economy.  ...  Transnational enterprising is, in turn, related to the development of diverse service sectors and the recruitment of specialists within various areas; professionals in everything from hardware to software  ... 
doi:10.1080/0390670032000086998 fatcat:znxyqb7lyjavxnntxw5hsg54km

GLOBAL E‐COMMERCE, LOCAL PROBLEMS

Sunny Baker
1999 Journal of Business Strategy  
Culture is the software that drives an organization.” U.S. companies and their managers need to view pro- jects from a global perspective.  ...  Because every successful global implementation must employ components of the technology that require multi- lingual and multicultural service and support, companies that specialize in translation, localization  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb040016 fatcat:7rugkw5xabcrfkkwj3ighdmw74

Health diplomacy through health entrepreneurship: using hackathons to address Palestinian-Israeli health concerns

Khalil Ramadi, Shriya Srinavasan, Rifat Atun
2019 BMJ Global Health  
Specifically, we describe a hackathon organised in Nazareth, Israel as a means to bridge multicultural communities to address common health issues across the population.  ...  We illustrate the utility of early-stage innovation events, such as hackathons, in sparking entrepreneurship, interdisciplinary collaboration, ideation and innovation around problems specific to a local  ...  This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2019-001548 fatcat:uppwin2dovdpzpel3nklzq7g7m

Software Project Work in an African Context: Myths, Maps and Messes

Muhammad Sadi Adamu
2020 32nd Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction  
The paper reports fndings from a study that seeks to understand the implications for adopting 'well-known' practices for framing, undertaking, and analysis distributed and collaborative software project  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computing → Human computer interaction (HCI); Empirical studies in HCI. and collaborative software project work. This challenges the basic  ...  In essence, what the theme points to is that these issues are not a simple a matter of understanding and conceptualising local experiences but also global one's within the framing of cosmopolitan localism  ... 
doi:10.1145/3441000.3441071 fatcat:t6iwepqchjattgpe3akmzqbb3e

Establishing a Systems & ICT Master program in the International Framework

Emmanuel Witrant, Jean-Marc Thiriet, Nicolas Retière
2011 Journal sur l'enseignement des sciences et technologies de l'information et des systèmes  
The education objectives are set according to the latest concepts developed in ICT for process automation, with clear specifications towards engineering and industry.  ...  Finally, a feedback from the first years of the program provides some insights for the students' enrollment, projects definition and possible ways of curriculum improvement.  ...  Finally, we are grateful to University Joseph Fourier, and more specifically to UFR PHITEM for the support and housing of this program.  ... 
doi:10.1051/j3ea/2011005 fatcat:crhc6cfuyvgmlj6felypctf3dq

Opportunities and Challenges to Interculturality in the Digital Milieu

Anthony Le Duc
2022 African Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
In the digital age, traditional ways of communication alone will not be effective in the face of many challenges to interculturality coming from present directions in development and use of ICT.  ...  As this paradigm aims for ideals such as reciprocity, respect, appreciation and mutuality in terms of how people from different cultures engage with each other, this paper sets out to examine whether interculturality  ...  Others critical of the way tech companies operate also accuse them and their software engineers of hubris and harboring self-serving agendas.  ... 
doi:10.51483/afjhss.2.1.2022.18-29 fatcat:2rk4753y4vh2ro64ajpzyvxdau
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