A Pattern Collection for Blockchain-based Applications
by Xiwei Xu, Cesare Pautasso, Liming Zhu, Qinghua Lu, and Ingo Weber.
the #europlop2018 proceedings are out!
Business travel refund forms to be approved will require submitting detailed GPS logs #predictions
Highlights from this week's conference trip in Paris.
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the slides of our #ICSOC2018 paper presentation are available:
Joint work with Uwe Zdun, Mirko Stocker, Olaf Zimmermann, and Daniel Lübke
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE (ICSA 2019)
March 25-29, Hamburg
Paper submission deadline approaching: 29 November 2018 (abstracts)
May Contain Nuts: The Case for #API Labels
Just returned from the 23rd European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (#EuroPLoP2018)
This year we workshopped two papers:
- A Pattern Language for Blockchain-based Applications (by Xiwei Xu, Cesare Pautasso, Liming Zhu, Qinghua Lu, and Ingo Weber)
- Interface Quality Patterns --- Crafting and Consuming Message-Based Remote APIs
(by Mirko Stocker, Olaf Zimmermann, Daniel Lübke, Uwe Zdun, and Cesare Pautasso)
Dear all, just wanted to push this forward maybe there are students or post-docs interested in job positions in field close to research... In the company I am working (Fincons, http://www.finconsgroup.com/IT-Innovation/Research-And-Innovation-Projects/Research--Innovation-Projects.kl) we are hiring one R&D SW Engineer in Lugano (Switzerland) but also 2 NLP and Text Mining experts for working at the JRC in Ispra (https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/about/jrc-site/ispra) - drop me a line or CV in PVT if interested...
Congratulations to Dr. Tommaso Dal Sasso, who just successfully defended his #PhD on why "An Object is worth more than a thousand words"
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