• Emerging Trends for Global DevOps: A New Zealand Perspective

      Hussain, W; Clear, T; MacDonell, S (IEEE, 2017)
      The DevOps phenomenon is gaining popularity through its ability to support continuous value delivery and ready accommodation of change. However, given the relative immaturity and general confusion about DevOps, a common ...
    • GRCM: a model for global requirements change management

      Hussain, W; Clear, Tony (AUT University, 2012)
      [Context and motivation] In the delivery driven context of contract software production, efficient and effective requirements change management (RCM) remains a challenge for global software development (GSD). [Question/problem] ...
    • Managing Requirements Change the Informal Way! When Saying 'No' Is Not an Option

      Hussain, W; Zowghi, D; Clear, T; MacDonell, SG; Blincoe, K (IEEE, 2016)
      Software has always been considered as malleable. Changes to software requirements are inevitable during the development process. Despite many software engineering advances over several decades, requirements changes are a ...
    • Preparing the Global Software Engineer

      Peters, A; Hussain, W; Cajander, A; Clear, T; Daniels, M (IEEE, 2015)
      With a goal of preparing software engineering students for practice in today’s global settings, Uppsala University has for some years run courses involving global collaboration. The “IT in Society” course is one such ...
    • Spreadsheets as collaborative technologies in global requirements change management

      Hussain, W; Clear, T (IEEE, 2014)
      Globally distributed stakeholders employ various collaborative technologies to manage requirements. While these technologies facilitate requirements collaboration, their perceived purpose, use and structure co-evolve over ...