Authors and reviewers’ opinions on double blind @ICSME Industry Track

In a previous post I explained why Jens and me, as chairs of the ICSME industry track, decided to use double blind reviewing. In order to understand the impact of this, we made a survey and asked authors and reviewers for input. From the authors, 16 responded and from the¬†reviewers we got 13 answers. We Read more about Authors and reviewers’ opinions on double blind @ICSME Industry Track[…]

Going Double Blind @ICSME Industry Track

In March, I blogged about the industry track of ICSME (the international conference on software maintenance and evolution), offering advice on how to write a paper for an industry focused track. In this track, we did something relatively new in software engineering conferences, we used a double blind reviewing process. In this blog post, I Read more about Going Double Blind @ICSME Industry Track[…]

So you want to tell the scientist about the real world?

This year, I am chairing the ‘industry track’ of ICSME: the international conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution, and you, yes you can be a part of this. In the regular, research, track, we are looking for paper that have made a novel contribution, for example a new algorithm to detect duplication in source code. Read more about So you want to tell the scientist about the real world?[…]