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Architecting in the Context of Agile Software Development: Fragility Versus Flexibility

El-Khawaga G. H, Galal Hassan Galal-Edeen, Riad A.M
2013 International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Applications  
However, the agile architecting approach is believed to be a source of new problems.  ...  Through this paper, we are going to explore agile architecting problems and what is needed to achieve an architecting approach that can be agile, while serving its purpose of producing a stable architecture  ...  DEFINING ELEMENTS OF AGILE ARCHITECTING Now, we can collect the elements of a desired agile architecting approach. Let's first talk about what is needed to have an agile approach.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcsea.2013.3403 fatcat:fwcxtkoxjzamvkqfc3e25nddem

Essential Factors for Successful Software Security Awareness Training

K.R. van Wyk, J. Steven
2006 IEEE Security and Privacy  
example, by providing a separate awareness training program for software architects and quality as- surance testers. Kenneth R. van Wyk is a principal consultant at KRvW Associates.  ...  Without customized training, developers will complain that the guidance is "too high-level."  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2006.119 fatcat:cpvl4gvrsve4bjdmapdrc3gb7a

Preface [chapter]

2019 Millennials in Architecture  
The stakes are indeed high. For years architects have been complaining about erosion to their agency.  ...  ³ And the fact that BIM software is creeping toward automation should make every architect shudder.  ... 
doi:10.7560/318553-001 fatcat:34zuh7ocwrb4lfal62izhhuvjq

Architecting as a Risk- and Cost Management Discipline

Eltjo R. Poort, Hans van Vliet
2011 2011 Ninth Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture  
We propose to view architecting as a risk-and cost management discipline.  ...  This point of view helps architects identify the key concerns to address in their decision making, by providing a simple, relatively objective way to assess architectural significance.  ...  We will also briefly discuss a number of questions that were frequently raised when teaching the approach to practicing architects. We will close with our main conclusions. A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wicsa.2011.11 dblp:conf/wicsa/PoortV11 fatcat:pevdqwd5orhb7dfxir5bemm4dm

Systematic literature review on software architecture of educational websites

Milton Campoverde‐Molina, Sergio Luján‐Mora, Llorenç Valverde
2021 IET Software  
Finally, an important finding is that the proposed software architectures do not contemplate laws or quality standards for universal access.  ...  Ontology Maintenance, reviewing smart home design, and proposing a Web-based platform to aid parallel, distributed and high-performance computing education.  ...  Learning (CSCL) demonstrating that high-quality CSCL applications can be developed. 3.  ... 
doi:10.1049/sfw2.12024 fatcat:bxoqzcfszzhwvauwmlxfxx7eom

Requirements for the New Normal: Requirements Engineering in a Pandemic

Sarah Gregory
2021 IEEE Software  
The delivery of documentation is secondary to the delivery of products, on time, and with high quality.  ...  The quality of research and presentations remained at its usual exceptionally high level, but "Zoom fatigue" (and time zone fatigue!)  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2020.3044403 fatcat:v4jytkycmvcdlamgau7cqftyiu

Using patterns to improve our architectural vision

N.L. Kerth, W. Cunningham
1997 IEEE Software  
These convictions combine to form a philosophy-a personal philosophy for a great architect. In the software field, there are also great architects whose work is worthy of study.  ...  But architecture is more that just a high-level design of how objects might be used.  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.566428 fatcat:zosaaiwcqbeuzdcr4le5scqm2q

Making architecture reviews work in the real world

R. Kazman, L. Bass
2002 IEEE Software  
Why should we be surprised if software engineers may need to draw on expertise in mathematics, financial analysis, business, production quality control, sociology, and law, as well as in each application  ...  These high-priority scenarios determine the evaluation's focus.  ...  back to the stakeholders. quality, including a book devoted entirely to architecture reviews. 3 Many large corporations are now adopting architecture reviews as part of their standard software engineering  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.976943 fatcat:mz3z7uemuzhtljx3gkgyzsmqey

The unspoken revolution in software engineering

B. Meyer
2006 Computer  
architect of Eiffel Software in California.  ...  For years, software methodologists like me have told the world about software engineering principles, sometimes with effect, sometimes with-let's be euphemistic-less effect.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2006.37 fatcat:awx6t6uxtje2lobpnjztjnmu7e

Challenges in outsourcing and global development

Steven Fraser, Lougie Anderson, Ron Crocker, Richard Gabriel, Martin Fowler, Ricardo Lopez, Dave Thomas
2004 Companion to the 19th annual ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '04  
If you are a software professional, your job is changing.  ...  For example, how do software interface contracts help or hinder system integration? How can a team in one country extend or maintain software built by developers in another country?  ...  Further it allows companies to exploit the high quality talent available in these countries. It allows even a small company to hire a world class team.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1028664.1028722 dblp:conf/oopsla/FraserACGFLT04 fatcat:k7uumy3xmfee5ly5ju6yifgyku

RCDA: Architecting as a risk- and cost management discipline

Eltjo R. Poort, Hans van Vliet
2012 Journal of Systems and Software  
We propose to view architecting as a risk-and cost management discipline.  ...  So far, more than 150 architects have received RCDA training. For a majority of the trainees, RCDA has a significant positive impact on their architecting work.  ...  Frequently asked questions In this section we discuss a number of questions that were frequently raised when teaching the approach to practicing architects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2012.03.071 fatcat:7geb3d33lnexdmq7iw45x54tiu

From detail to project: House Caiozzo-Facciola [chapter]

Manuela Milone
2021 42th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF REPRESENTATION DISCIPLINES TEACHERS. CONGRESS OF UNIONE ITALIANA PER IL DISEGNO. PROCEEDINGS 2020. LINGUAGGI  
Before describing the analysis made on Casa Cajozzo-Facciolà, designed by architects Pasquale Culotta and Giuseppe Leone, let's introduce the concept of detail in architecture.  ...  After positioning cameras (CoronaCam) to capture views of the model oriented according to the photos of the site obtained with the drone, high quality renderings were produced, subsequently inserted thanks  ... 
doi:10.3280/oa-693.49 fatcat:444firu6djdu3cg7uvk7myohvq

Both of Stuff and Not

Giovanni Corbellini
2020 EAAE Annual Conference Proceedings  
Teaching such a (self-) critical discipline is, therefore, an intrinsically impossible task.  ...  Being and becoming an architect means to cast a doubtful, unsatisfied, interrogative gaze on the world and especially on the world of architecture.  ...  One of the most evident is that many of our graduates never started -and never will start -a career as an architect (Heyman, 2015) . 3 In this condition, architectural teaching faces the hidden task  ... 
doi:10.51588/eaaeacp.52 fatcat:35akxaiv6fasvm4qt3dabkou4e

WAYS OF MODERNIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION IN UKRAINE

Kateryna Kapushchak, Nina Hnes, Yuliya Idak
2021 International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science  
Birillo, in her article "Computer training of future architects" defines 3 main points for which the quality of training of future architects at the university will meet the demands of society: • the content  ...  quality education.  ...  The education of architects is only a part of the entire educational system in Ukraine, which, unfortunately, needs fundamental reforms. However, the need for these changes today is very urgent.  ... 
doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/30032021/7489 fatcat:vuxjlehpdra7fnqg5tvccyou2q

Privacy and security in a networked world

Steven D. Fraser, Djenana Campara, Michael C. Fanning, Gary McGraw, Kevin Sullivan
2014 Proceedings of the companion publication of the 2014 ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, and Applications: Software for Humanity - SPLASH '14  
As news stories continue to demonstrate, ensuring adequate security and privacy in a networked "always on" world is a challenge; and while open source software can mitigate problems, it is not a panacea  ...  Let's discuss approaches and results. DJENANA CAMPARA has over 25 years progressive experience and leadership in Software and Security Engineering.  ...  Fanning Security is a quality measure of software often regarded as a necessary but secondary concern relative to the matter of extending program functionality in a useful way.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2660252.2661294 dblp:conf/oopsla/FraserCFMS14 fatcat:k5lv3u26bjhy7itjkx4dhuh5qy
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