Beta-Release of Java by Comparison

I am very happy to announce the beta release of my newest book titled “Java by Comparison” that I am writing together with Simon Harrer and Linus Dietz. A beta release is something that might sound strange for a book, but it is a regular event for almost every book published at The Pragmatic Programmers, … More Beta-Release of Java by Comparison

Talk on Evolving Software and Source Code Quality Metrics at Linnaeus

In roughly one week, on November 30, I will be giving a talk on evolving software and source code quality metrics at the faculty of technology of Linnaeus University in Växjö. I’ve been invited for this very nice opportunity by members of the Software Technology Labs group, whom I met at a conference two months … More Talk on Evolving Software and Source Code Quality Metrics at Linnaeus

Research on Privacy Patterns

Next week, the 43rd Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA) will take place in Vienna, Austria. One of the tracks that this long-standing conference offers is on Systematic Literature Reviews and Mapping Studies in Software Engineering (SMSE) and I am happy to announce that I have a paper on this track. This … More Research on Privacy Patterns

Welcome Christoph Hochreiner

Today, I’d like to welcome Christoph Hochreiner from TU Wien to our research group in Karlstad! Christoph is currently a PhD student at the distributed systems group of Schahram Dustdar, the external examiner of my own PhD thesis. His focus areas are the optimization of data stream processing in distributed cloud environments. Christoph will be … More Welcome Christoph Hochreiner