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Gamiware: A Gamification Platform for Software Process Improvement
Gamiware, a gamification platform aimed to increase motivation in software projects, is presented, grounded on both gamification roots and in software process improvement initiatives, it minimizes the cost of implementation of gamification initiatives and makes this discipline closer and more accessible for organizations aimed to improve their software process.
Learning management systems and cloud file hosting services: A study on students' acceptance
DevSecOps: A Multivocal Literature Review
It is found that implementing security that can keep up with DevOps is a challenge, but it can gain great benefits if done correctly, and the challenges an organization faces when doing so.
Project managers in global software development teams: a study of the effects on productivity and performance
- Ricardo Colomo Palacios, Cristina Casado-Lumbreras, Pedro Soto-Acosta, F. García-Peñalvo, E. Tovar
- Engineering, Computer ScienceSoftware Quality Journal
- 1 March 2014
Results show that performance of GSD projects is lower than in-house projects, but apart from that, this study reveals that there are also negative consequences for software project managers, which need to be taken into account.
ISO 21500: 2012 and PMBoK 5 processes in information systems project management
ITIL in small to medium‐sized enterprises software companies: towards an implementation sequence
- Lohana Lema, J. Calvo-Manzano, Ricardo Colomo Palacios, M. Arcilla-Cobián
- Computer ScienceJ. Softw. Evol. Process.
- 1 August 2015
Investigating which processes are the most selected to start the implementation of ITIL in small and medium enterprises dedicated to producing software shows that incident management process should be the first process when implementing ITIL framework.
Real-time business activity monitoring and analysis of process performance on big-data domains
A case analysis of enabling continuous software deployment through knowledge management