Posts Tagged ‘software quality’

Productivity Intelligence: bridging the gap between developers and enterprise standards

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

[A previous post about Productivity Intelligence and 3D analysis is here. You can also see a presentation and read the use case. This article has been posted in Eclipse Newsletter – Project Quality – September 2014.] What Productivity Intelligence is. Engineering Group has adopted an innovative approach within its Software Labs to measure quality in […]

Productivity Intelligence: a 3D analysis of Technical, Economical and Social data

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

At academic conferences on software measurement and analysis, I feel  frustrated when I discover the software metric adopted by analysts. They tend to evaluate software development productivity using SLOC as a metric. The reason for this is almost always the same: we need data, large amounts of data: the only available and reliable data are […]

My list of next events in 2013 on open source, big data and software quality.

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Here is the list of the next events in which I’m participating in 2013 with different roles: as the founder of the SpagoWorld initiative, as a division director within Engineering Group’s Innovation and Research Department or as the President of OW2 Consortium. Even if I’ll probably not attend all these events, you’ll have the opportunity […]

SOS Open Source: Save Our Souls from Open Source assessments

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

The inclusion of open source solutions and developments into software qualification and selection methodologies is not a new research topic. For many years different approaches have existed, including QSOS by Atos Origin, OSMM by B.Golden, OSMM by Cap Gemini, EOS by Optaros, OpenBRR, OSS Watch, IRCA by David Wheeler, ohloh recently acquired by Black Duck […]