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Software Engineering Approaches for Offshore and Outsourced Development [electronic resource] :First International Conference, SEAFOOD 2007, Zurich, Switzerland, February 5-6, 2007. Revised Papers /

Contributor(s): Meyer, Bertrand [editor.] | Joseph, Mathai [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4716Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007.Description: X, 201 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540755425.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Application software | Computers and civilization | Management information systems | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Software Engineering | Management of Computing and Information Systems | Computers and Society | Computer Appl. in Administrative Data ProcessingOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Offshore Software Development: Transferring Research Findings into the Classroom -- Meeting the Challenge of Communication in Offshore Software Development -- Testable Requirements for Offshore Outsourcing -- Introducing Global Supply Chains into Software Engineering Education -- Turn on Lean Governance ... for Return on Outsourcing -- Making IT Offshoring Work for the Japanese Industries -- Mastering Dual-Shore Development – The Tools and Materials Approach Adapted to Agile Offshoring -- Evaluating Collaboration Platforms for Offshore Software Development Scenarios -- Outsourcing and Offshoring: The Consultancies’ Estimates -- Questionnaire-Based Risk Assessment Scheme for Japanese Offshore Software Outsourcing -- An Evaluation Method for Offshore Software Development by Structural Equation Modeling -- The Value of Outsourced Software -- Reducing the Cost of Communication and Coordination in Distributed Software Development -- Survey on Japan-Oriented Offshore Software Development in China -- Toward Visualization and Analysis of Traceability Relationships in Distributed and Offshore Software Development Projects.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: SEAFOOD for Thought Headline-grabbing though it may be, the software industry’s large-scale allo- tion of work to developing countries has not so far generated much technical analysis. Attention is usually limited to the possible political and economic c- sequences, in particular the fears of loss of employment in the West. The aim of the present volume is di?erent. We recognize that o?shore development is here to stay, and not just a result of cost considerations. It is – more accurately – a form of distributed development, relying on advances in communications to let the software industry, in our globalizedworld,bene?t from the wide distribution of human talent. But it is also the source of a new set of challenges, to which accepted software engineering principles and techniques have not completely prepared us. Producing high-quality software on time and within budget is hard enough when the QA team is across the aisle from the core developers, and the customers across the street; what then when the bulk of the development team is across an ocean or two? The ?rst SEAFOOD – Software Engineering Advances For Outsourced and 1 O?shore Development – conference (prompted by an earlier article ) was an - tempt not only to bring software engineering to outsourcing but also to bring outsourcing into the collective consciousness of the software engineering c- munity. This is bene?cial to both sides: successful outsourcing requires strong softwareengineering guidance, but researchin the ?eld must for its part account forthenewworldofsoftwaredevelopment.
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Offshore Software Development: Transferring Research Findings into the Classroom -- Meeting the Challenge of Communication in Offshore Software Development -- Testable Requirements for Offshore Outsourcing -- Introducing Global Supply Chains into Software Engineering Education -- Turn on Lean Governance ... for Return on Outsourcing -- Making IT Offshoring Work for the Japanese Industries -- Mastering Dual-Shore Development – The Tools and Materials Approach Adapted to Agile Offshoring -- Evaluating Collaboration Platforms for Offshore Software Development Scenarios -- Outsourcing and Offshoring: The Consultancies’ Estimates -- Questionnaire-Based Risk Assessment Scheme for Japanese Offshore Software Outsourcing -- An Evaluation Method for Offshore Software Development by Structural Equation Modeling -- The Value of Outsourced Software -- Reducing the Cost of Communication and Coordination in Distributed Software Development -- Survey on Japan-Oriented Offshore Software Development in China -- Toward Visualization and Analysis of Traceability Relationships in Distributed and Offshore Software Development Projects.

SEAFOOD for Thought Headline-grabbing though it may be, the software industry’s large-scale allo- tion of work to developing countries has not so far generated much technical analysis. Attention is usually limited to the possible political and economic c- sequences, in particular the fears of loss of employment in the West. The aim of the present volume is di?erent. We recognize that o?shore development is here to stay, and not just a result of cost considerations. It is – more accurately – a form of distributed development, relying on advances in communications to let the software industry, in our globalizedworld,bene?t from the wide distribution of human talent. But it is also the source of a new set of challenges, to which accepted software engineering principles and techniques have not completely prepared us. Producing high-quality software on time and within budget is hard enough when the QA team is across the aisle from the core developers, and the customers across the street; what then when the bulk of the development team is across an ocean or two? The ?rst SEAFOOD – Software Engineering Advances For Outsourced and 1 O?shore Development – conference (prompted by an earlier article ) was an - tempt not only to bring software engineering to outsourcing but also to bring outsourcing into the collective consciousness of the software engineering c- munity. This is bene?cial to both sides: successful outsourcing requires strong softwareengineering guidance, but researchin the ?eld must for its part account forthenewworldofsoftwaredevelopment.

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