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Software companies and organizations increasingly open up their business to other software companies and as a consequence they find themselves in an ecosystem of software companies, developers and partners. These actors, and especially the software organization that is at the core of this ecosystem, are having difficulties in getting insight into this(More)
Software producing organizations are frequently judged by others for being ‘open’ or ‘closed’, where a more ‘closed’ organization is seen as being detrimental to its software ecosystem. These qualifications can harm the reputation of these companies, for they are deemed to promote vendor lock-in, use closed data formats, and are seen as using intellectual(More)
The process of implementing a Web Content Management System (WCM) can be complex and time consuming. We argue that there is a need for a web engineering methods specifically addressing WCM implementations. In this paper we present the design phase of our Web Engineering Method (WEM). The design phase of WEM addresses fourteen identified key WCM concepts and(More)
Model-driven web approaches focus on creating robust web applications. There are two downsides to using these model-driven web approaches: they consist of a unique set of models and method and they are aimed at designing web applications from scratch. In this paper we present the Method Association Approach, which selects and constructs fitting methods from(More)
Development of a new software product is a complex process, in which requirements, release deadlines, and technical challenges fight for priority. These products are designed with the first release in mind which can sometimes cause software developers to have to make extensive design changes in subsequent releases. This paper presents an approach that(More)
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