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   Exploring advanced features in C#: enhance your code and productivity
Strauss D., Apress, New York, NY, 2019. 308 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-484248-55-3), Reviews: (2 of 2)

Words like “advanced” and “expert” are vague enough to be almost meaningless. It is not unreasonable to expect, however, that a book with the word “advanced” in the title will...

Sep 16 2021  
  Measuring moral acceptability in e-deliberation: a practical application of ethics by participation
Verdiesen I., Dignum V., Van Den Hoven J. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology 18(4): 1-20, 2018.  Type: Article

With the increasing ubiquity of the Internet comes the application of this technology to a wide variety of fields, including moral philosophy and political theory. The authors are particularly focused on deliberative democracy, that is...

Apr 1 2019  
   Guide to competitive programming: learning and improving algorithms through contests
Laaksonen A., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2017. 283 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319725-46-8)

Competitive programming is not new, but is now widely available through different online competitions. As Laaksonen notes, competitive programming provides opportunities for practice and helps to bridge the gap between theory and pract...

Oct 30 2018  
  Repetition between stakeholder (user) and system requirements
Ellis-Braithwaite R., Lock R., Dawson R., King T. Requirements Engineering 22(2): 167-190, 2017.  Type: Article

While stakeholder or user requirements (URs) should have corresponding system requirements (SysR), the purpose of these requirements is fundamentally different. URs are focused more on defining the problem, while SysR define the soluti...

Aug 10 2017  
  Finding and resolving security misusability with misusability cases
Faily S., Fléchais I. Requirements Engineering 21(2): 209-223, 2016.  Type: Article

Scenarios are used in both security design and usability design, but these two do not necessarily overlap. Usability design scenarios are concerned more with the personal and occupational goals of legitimate system users. Security scen...

Jul 21 2016  
  Artefact-based requirements engineering: the AMDiRE approach
Méndez Fernández D., Penzenstadler B. Requirements Engineering 20(4): 405-434, 2015.  Type: Article

Artifact-oriented or artifact-based requirements engineering (RE) is a relatively new practice in the field of RE. The authors contrast artifact-oriented RE with the more common activity-oriented RE, where the RE reference model is def...

Feb 10 2016  
   Modern x86 assembly language programming: 32-bit, 64-bit, SSE, and AVX
Kusswurm D., Apress, New York, NY, 2014. 700 pp.  Type: Book (978-1-484200-65-0)

Many programming books try too hard to be all things to all people. They range from introductory material to far-flung tangential topics, leaving most readers to search for relevant information somewhere along that spectrum. This book ...

Dec 8 2015  
   Refactoring for software design smells: managing technical debt
Suryanarayana G., Samarthyam G., Sharma T., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, 2014. 258 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-128013-97-7)

While much has been published focused on code smells and implementation-oriented design patterns, there is a dearth of resources for software architects, designers, and developers working on software design at a macro level. This book ...

Aug 21 2015  
  Replication of empirical studies in software engineering research: a systematic mapping study
da Silva F., Suassuna M., França A., Grubb A., Gouveia T., Monteiro C., dos Santos I. Empirical Software Engineering 19(3): 501-557, 2014.  Type: Article

Given the vitality of replication experiments in other fields of empirical research, it is surprising that more attention has not been paid to replication of studies in software engineering. The authors of this paper cite a number of r...

Jul 1 2015  
  Experiencing standardized media fragment annotations within HTML5
Van Deursen D., Van Lancker W., Mannens E., Van de Walle R. Multimedia Tools and Applications 70(2): 827-846, 2014.  Type: Article

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is responsible for defining and maintaining open web standards. Recently, W3C has focused on making content, especially media content, more accessible via the web. Efforts such as Hypertext Markup La...

Mar 19 2015  
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