Detailed Program

The 19th edition of PROFES presents 24 talks, 2 keynotes and an open space. 2 workshops and three tutorials are also part of the program.

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Program Overview

Wednesday, Nov 28th
Start End Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
08:00 09:00 Registration
09:00 10:30 3rd HELENA Workshop 2nd QUASD Workshop DSLs and Testing Tutorial
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 12:30 3rd HELENA Workshop 2nd QUASD Workshop DSLs and Testing Tutorial
12:30 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 15:30 3rd HELENA Workshop 2nd QUASD Workshop Process Management 4.0 Tutorial
15:30 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 17:30 3rd HELENA Workshop 2nd QUASD Workshop Process Management 4.0 Tutorial
18:00 Welcome Reception (Hotel Lobby)
Thursday, Nov 29th
Start End Track 1 Track 2
08:00 09:00 Registration
09:00 09:15 Opening
09:15 10:30 Keynote Andrew Begel
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 12:45 Session 1
Processes and Methods I
Session 2
Empirical Studies in Industry I
12:45 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 15:45 Session 3
Testing
Session 4
Measurement and Monitoring
15:45 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 18:15 Agile Open Space
18:15 19:00
19:00 22:00 Conference Dinner (AWILON Museum)
Friday, Nov 30th
Start End Track 1 Track 2
08:00 09:00 Registration
09:00 09:15 Opening
09:15 10:30 Keynote Manfred Broy
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 12:30 Session 5
Processes and Methods II
Session 6
Empirical Studies in Industry II
12:30 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 15:30 Session 7
Processes and Methods III
Session 8
Global Software Engineering and Scaling
15:30 16:00 Closing Session
16:00 18:00 Volkswagen Factory Visit

Thursday, November 29th

Session 1: Processes and Methods I (Session Chair: Marcelo Marinho)

Thursday, 11:00 – 12:30  

  • Markus Fockel, Sven Merschjohann and Masud Fazal-Baqaie: Threat Analysis in Practice — Systematically Deriving Security Requirements (Industry Talk)
  • Carolin Unger-Windeler and Jil Klünder: On the Tasks and Characteristics of Product Owners: A Case Study in the Oil & Gas Industry
  • Soreangsey Kiv, Samedi Heng, Manuel Kolp, Yves Wautelet and Benjamin Croix: Agile Manifesto and Practices Selection for Tailoring Software Development
  • Philipp Diebold, Jakob Diebold and Arthur Vetter: Agile meets Assessments: Case Study on how to do Agile Process Improvement in a Very Small Enterprise
Session 2: Empirical Studies in Industry I (Session Chair: Jürgen Münch)

Thursday, 11:00 – 12:30  

  • Tilman Seifert: Process Evolution and Product Maturity: From Prototype to Product (Industry Talk)
  • Di Wang and Matthias Galster: An Exploratory Study on Software Products and Development Organizations in New Zealand
  • Oliver Karras: Software Professionals’ Attitudes towards Video as a Medium in Requirements Engineering
  • Steve Counsell, Stephen Swift, Mahir Arzoky and Giuseppe Destefanis: Do developers really worry about refactoring re-test? An empirical study of open-source systems
Session 3: Testing (Session Chair: Martin Höst)

Thursday, 14:15 – 15:45

  • Anders Sundelin, Javier Gonzalez-Huerta and Krzysztof Wnuk: Test-Driving FinTech Product Development: An Experience Report
  • Adrian Santos Parrilla, Janne Jarvinen, Jari Partanen, Markku Oivo and Natalia Juristo: Does the performance of TDD hold across software companies and premises? A group of industrial experiments on TDD
  • Alireza Haghighatkhah, Mika Mäntylä, Markku Oivo and Pasi Kuvaja: Test Case Prioritization Using Test Similarities
Session 4: Measurement and Monitoring (Session Chair: Regina Hebig)

Thursday, 14:15 – 15:45

  • Jan Ole Johanssen, Anja Kleebaum, Bernd Bruegge and Barbara Paech: Feature Crumbs: Adapting Usage Monitoring to Continuous Software Engineering
  • Prabhat Ram, Pilar Rodriguez and Markku Oivo: Software Process Measurement and Related Challenges in Agile Software Development: A Multiple Case Study
  • Christian Prause and Alfred Hönle: Emperor’s New Clothes: Transparency through Metrication in Customer-Supplier Relationships

Friday, November 30th

Session 5: Processes and Methods II (Session Chair: Dietmar Pfahl)

Friday, 11:00 – 12:30  

  • Vitalii Ivanov and Kari Smolander: Implementation of a DevOps Pipeline for Serverless Applications
  • Patricia Lopez, Jon Mabe, Leire Etxeberria and Eneko Gorritxategi: Iterative Prototyping Methodology for the Development of Innovative and Dependable Complex Embedded Systems through SPC&KPI Techniques
  • Pegah Nikbakht Bideh, Martin Höst and Martin Hell: HAVOSS: A Maturity Model for Handling Vulnerabilities in Third Party OSS Components
Session 6: Empirical Studies in Industry II (Session Chair: Sousuke Amasaki)

Friday, 11:00 – 12:30  

  • Adrian Santos Parrilla, Markku Oivo and Natalia Juristo: Moving Beyond the Mean: Analyzing Variance in Software Engineering Experiments
  • David Issa Mattos, Pavel Dmitriev, Aleksander Fabijan, Jan Bosch and Helena Holmström Olsson: An Activity and Metric Model for Online Controlled Experiments
  • Abdallah Salameh and Julian Bass: Influential Factors of Aligning Spotify Squads – A longitudinal embedded case study
Session 7: Processes and Methods III (Session Chair: Stephen MacDonell)

Friday, 14:00 – 15:30  

  • Frank Elberzhager, Matthias Koch and Balthasar Weitzel. Towards a Digital Ecosystem for Rural Areas: Experiences from Three Years of Development
  • Gabriella Castro Barbosa Costa, Humberto L. O. Dalpra, Eldânae Teixeira, Claudia Werner, Regina Braga and Marcos Miguel: Software Processes Analysis with Provenance
  • Kai-Kristian Kemell, Anh Nguyen-Duc, Xiaofeng Wang, Juhani Risku and Pekka Abrahamsson: The Essence Theory of Software Engineering – Large-Scale Classroom Experiences from 450+ Software Engineering BSc Students
Session 8: Global Software Engineering and Scaling (Session Chair: Paolo Tell)

Friday, 14:00 – 15:30  

  • Marcelo Marinho, Alexandre Luna and Sarah Beecham: Global Software Development: Practices for Cultural Differences
  • Aivars Sablis, Darja Smite and Nils Brede Moe: Exploring Cross-Site Networking in Large-Scale Distributed Projects
  • Abheeshta Putta, Maria Paasivaara and Casper Lassenius: Benefits and Challenges of Adopting the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe): Preliminary Results from a Multivocal Literature Review
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