We are honoured to announce not two but three eminent keynotes. Stay tuned for more details.
Jan Bosch, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)Towards a New Digital Business Operating System
Abstract. We are living in the most exciting time in the history of mankind. The last century has seen unprecedented improvements in the quality of the human condition and technology is at the heart of this progress. Now we are experiencing an even bigger leap as we move towards a new level of digitalization and automation...Read more
Elmar Jurgens, CQSE GmbH (Germany)A Decade of Software Quality Analysis in Practice: Surprises, Anecdotes and Lessons Learned
Abstract. I implemented and ran my first clone detection on industrial software roughly a decade ago. Fueled by both the amounts of problematic code it uncovered, and the (at least partially) positive feedback from developers, our research group subsequently focused on quality analyses to improve engineering practice... Read more
Peter Gromov, JetBrains (Germany)Compilers are Sprinters; IDEs are Marathoners
Abstract. Compilers and IDEs both analyze source code, yet compared to IDEs, compilers are easy. Compilers process source files a module at a time; IDEs have to load entire projects. Compilers exit after each run; IDEs run constantly, requiring responsible memory management and low CPU utilization...Read more