Software reuse (panel)

Steven Fraser, Maggie Davis, Martin Griss, Luke Hohmann, Ian Hopper, Rebecca Joos, Bill Opdyke
1998 Proceedings of the 13th ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '98  
Context As we reach the end of the millennium, the concept of software reuse and the practice of software engineering has existed for almost thirty years. Both concepts were introduced into the literature in the late sixties. To set the context for this panel, Nirvana is taken to mean a state of great happiness, while Nemesis is understood to be a state of great frustration. The panelists will share their experiences and perspectives with the audience in a dialogue initiated by the following
more » ... stions and positions: -What are the most challenging cultural barriers to software reuse? -What are the best-in-class successes achieved with software reuse? -How is software reuse success recognized and sustained? Perhaps the key determination of success for software reuse is how it can -as a combination of cultural and technology practices -deliver customer valued systems in " webtime"? What are the challenges of: education; team communication; design technology; economics; and leadership? What is the role of the customer; the manager; the designer; and the corporate executive?
doi:10.1145/286936.286982 dblp:conf/oopsla/FraserDGHHJO98 fatcat:hztgd6jwn5csjagbg2ywvyodr4