Collaboration with Exact Software
In 2008, the TU Delft and Exact Software entered into a strategic partnership. This partnership brings the collaboration between the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG
) and Exact Software to a new level. This page describes some of the activities that we undertake together.
In the news
- In the November 2010 edition of Quadraad, the TU Delft EEMCS faculty's newsletter, there is an article on the collaboration between Exact and SERG that focuses on the "Industry as Laboratory" approach that this collaboration follows. Have a look here.
- Paul Metselaar, in progress
- Christian Visser, Customer Involvement in Distributed Requirements Engineering, 2009
- Menno Valkema, Automatic Status Updates in Exacts Global Development Process, 2009
- Ben van Gameren & Kevin Dullemond, Technological support for distributed agile development, 2009
- Cor-Paul Bezemer, Testing Security in Ajax Web Widget Interactions, 2009
Joint research projects
- The MTS project deals with architecture and performance of multi-tenant software systems. (1 PhD student: Cor-Paul Bezemer)
- The NWO Jacquard ScaleItUp project deals with configurability and zero-downtime of multi-tenant software systems. (2 PhD students: Cuiting Chen and Tiago Espinha)
- Aad ‘t Hart (Director Research Exact), Agile Distributed Development
- Rini van Solingen (SERG) and Exact work together in a series of workshops on the topic of distributed SCRUM.
- Cor-Paul Bezemer, Andy Zaidman, Bart Platzbeecker, Toine Hurkmans and Aad 't Hart. Enabling Multi-Tenancy: An Industrial Experience Report. In Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM), pp. To appear. IEEE Computer Society, 2010.
- Cor-Paul Bezemer and Andy Zaidman. Multi-Tenant SaaS Applications: Maintenance Dream or Nightmare?. Proceedings of the 4th International Joint ERCIM/IWPSE Symposium on Software Evolution (IWPSE-EVOL 2010), pp. 88-92. ACM, 2010.
- Cor-Paul Bezemer, Ali Mesbah and Arie van Deursen. Automated Security Testing of Web Widget Interactions. In Proceedings of the 7th joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE'09), pp. 81-91, ACM, 2009.
- 4 Feb 2010