2nd International Workshop on Rapid Continuous Software Engineering (RCoSE 2015)
Paper in proceeding, 2015

Continuous software engineering refers to the organizational capability to develop, release and learn from software in very short rapid cycles, typically hours, days or a very small numbers of weeks. This requires not only agile processes in teams but in the complete research and development organization. Additionally, the technology used in the different development phases, like requirements engineering and system integration, must support the quick development cycles. Finally, automatic live experimentation for different system alternatives enables fast gathering of required data for decision making. The workshop, the second in the series after the first one at ICSE 2014, aims to bring the research communities of the aforementioned areas together to exchange challenges, ideas, and solutions to bring software engineering a step further to being a holistic continuous process. The workshop program is based on eight papers selected in the peer-review process and supplemented by interaction and discussions at the workshop. The topics range from agile methods, continuous software engineering practices to specific techniques, like visualization and testing.


Matthias Tichy

University of Gothenburg

Jan Bosch

Chalmers, Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers), Software Engineering (Chalmers)

M. Goedicke

B. Fitzgerald

Proceedings - International Conference on Software Engineering

02705257 (ISSN)

Vol. 2 993-994
978-1-4799-1934-5 (ISBN)

Subject Categories

Computer and Information Science





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