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Proceedings of the third international workshop on Software and performance - WOSP '02
This paper discusses why Software Engineering (SE) methods often fail to produce software systems that meet their performance requirements. Five issues are raised: lack of required scientific principles and models in SE, lack of education in performance, IT workforce shortage, single-user and small database mindsets.doi:10.1145/584406.584407 fatcat:qielmeprzzhtvetl5lf2h5jlli