Requirements Engineering and Software Ecosystems: Preprints for RE’14

Today, RE conference in Karlskrona is starting with a great set of excellent workshops and tutorials. For me and my research, the RE is the most important conference. Therefore, I am extremely happy to present two pieces of recent work: A research paper on Openness and Requirements: Opportunities and Tradeoffs in Software Ecosystems, where we investigated how professionals in product teams of the IBM CLM Ecosystem are affected by the complexity of software ecosystems in their daily work. And a poster on EAM: Ecosystemability Assessment Method, where report on developing a framework that allows organizations to setup their development environment and architecture in a way that optimally supports the vision of a software ecosystem. In this post, I share pre-prints of both papers.
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Upcoming: RE 2014 in Karlskrona

Tomorrow, REFSQ starts in Essen. What a wonderful time! I am looking forward to meet other researchers in my field, to have many interesting discussion, and to be inspired to start new research projects. If you feel like me, you might be interested to learn about chances to still actively participate at RE’14 – the next big Requirements Engineering event in Europe this year: Submission deadlines for workshop papers, panels, posters, demos, and the doctoral symposium are still open.

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