Addressing evolving requirements faced by the software industry
|M. Biró, R. Colomo-Palacios, R. Messnarz. Addressing evolving requirements faced by the software industry. Journal of Software-Evolution and Process, Special Issue: Addressing Evolving Reqirements Faced by the Software Industry, volume 32, number 3, pages 1-3, DOI 10.1002/smr.2237, 3, 2020.|
|Journal||Journal of Software-Evolution and Process, Special Issue: Addressing Evolving Reqirements Faced by the Software Industry|
This volume comprises a selected set of high quality and extended articles of the 25th Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement (EuroSPI) Conference, held during September 5-7, 2018 in Bilbao, Spain.
Conferences were held in Dublin (Ireland) in 1994, in Vienna (Austria) in 1995, in Brighton (UK) in 1996, in Budapest (Hungary) in 1997, in Gothenburg (Sweden) in 1998, in Pori (Finland) in 1999, in
Copenhagen (Denmark) in 2000, in Limerick (Ireland) in 2001, in Nuremberg (Germany) in 2002, in Graz (Austria) in 2003, in Trondheim (Norway) in 2004, in Budapest (Hungary) in 2005, in Joensuu (Finland) in 2006, in Potsdam (Germany) in 2007, in Dublin (Ireland) in 2008, in Alcala (Spain) in 2009, in Grenoble (France) in 2010, in Roskilde (Denmark) in 2011, in Vienna (Austria) in 2012, Dundalk (Ireland) in 2013, in Luxembourg in 2014, in Ankara (Turkey) 2015, in Graz (Austria) 2016, in Ostrava (Czech Republic) 2017 and in Bilboa (Spain) in 2018.
EuroSPI is an initiative with the following major action lines http://www.eurospi.net:
• Establishing an annual EuroSPI conference supported by software process improvement
networks from different EU countries.
• Establishing a social media strategy with groups in LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and online
statements, speeches and keynotes on YouTube, and a set of proceedings and
• Establishing an effective team of national representatives (from each EU- country) growing
step by step into more countries of Europe.
• Establishing a European Qualification Framework for a pool of professions related to SPI and
management. This is supported by European certificates and examination systems.