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The mission of the PRACTISE research group is to study and develop techniques supporting industrial software development. The group develops underlying concepts, principles and techniques, demonstrating their practical value with tool prototypes and case studies. The research is carried out in close co-operation with software industry. Currently the focus is on service-oriented system modeling and design, web programming, cloud systems, mobile systems, software architectures and patterns, software architectures for embedded systems, model-driven testing, and open source systems.

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12.05.11 12:53:18 .:. Jim Coplien in Tampere
Inforte-seminar in Tampere on May 17:
Agile has long shunned up-front design. When Agilists force themselves to do up-front work, it usually is limited to a symbolic use of User Stories for requirements and metaphor for architecture, with much of the rest left to refactoring. Experience and formal studies have shown that incremental approaches to architecture can possibly lead to poor structure in the long term. This seminar shows how to use domain analysis in a Lean way to build an architecture of form that avoids the mass of structure that usually accompanies big up-front design, using only judicious documentation. It will also show how architecture can accommodate incremental addition of features using Trygve Reenskaug's new DCI (Data, Context and Interaction) approach, and how it maps elegantly onto C++ implementations. The seminar is based on the new Wiley book of the same title.
More info: http://inforte.jyu.fi/events/lean_architectures
sender: Tarja Systš

12.05.11 12:49:54 .:. Diploma thesis topics
Diploma thesis topics on software architectures, related to the ongoing research projects Darwin and Sulava, can be asked from Kai Koskimies (kai.koskimies@tut.fi).
sender: Kai Koskimies

02.10.07 15:06:55 .:. Open positions
If you are interested in thesis topics in SW testing research, contact Mika Katara (mika.katara(a)tut.fi).
sender: Mika Katara

02.10.07 15:05:29 .:. TEMA tools
If you are interested in obtaining the prototype version of the TEMA tools, see www.cs.tut.fi/~teams for details.
sender: Mika Katara

06.08.07 15:02:47 .:. Second TEMA tool release
The second prototype version of the TEMA tools for Symbian S60 GUI testing is now available for public under the MIT Open Source license. Contact mika.katara@ANTISPAMtut.fi for details.
sender: Mika Katara

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