Call for Papers: 1st Workshop on Innovative Software Engineering Education (ISEE 2018)

http://www1.in.tum.de/isee2018

In conjunction with the Software Engineering Conference 2018 in Ulm, March 6, 2018

Motivation

The number of students continuously increases and presents ever greater challenges for instructors in software engineering. In courses with a huge number of students, it is particularly difficult to motivate students to actively participate. At the same time, practice-oriented and project-related training is becoming increasingly important, but project courses in cooperation with industry are often associated with high costs.

Digital teaching, online courses and new teaching concepts complement the curriculum. They offer a wide range of possibilities for modern and attractive teaching, but pose methodical, technical and organizational challenges for instructors.

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Call for Papers: 3rd Workshop on Continuous Software Engineering (CSE 2018)

http://cse2018.swc-rwth.de/

In conjunction with Software Engineering 2018

Ulm, March 6, 2018

Scope of the workshop

In order to develop and deliver high-quality products to their customers, software companies have to adopt state-of-the-art software development processes. To face this challenge, companies are applying innovative methods, approaches and techniques like agile methods, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, test automation, infrastructure as code or container-based virtualization.

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Onward! 2008 Call for Papers

Is DNA recombination your inspiration for a new programming language? Or do you simply think it is time to improve generics in Java?

Do you think that we need new paradigms for bringing programming to the masses in Second Life and on Wikipedia? That we need new and significantly more robust systems than before that can function autonomously, perhaps inspired by biological metaphors?

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