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Continuous software evolution and delivery refers to the organizational capability to innovate and release software in fast parallel cycles, typically hours, days, or very small numbers of weeks. This requires not only adoption of more agile processes in development teams or large investments in automated release pipelines, but changes in potentially the entire research and development organization in terms of technology and practices. Furthermore, automatic live monitoring and experimentation of different system alternatives enables fast evaluation and decision making. Finally, best practices and success stories should be documented and exchanged.
The Workshop on Continuous Software Evolution and Delivery (CSED), which grew out of the successful RELENG and RCoSE workshops, aims to bring together the research communities of the aforementioned areas to exchange challenges, ideas, and solutions to bring continuous software evolution and delivery a step further to being a holistic continuous process. The workshop will be run in a highly interactive manner to stimulate discussions, featuring presentations of practitioner abstracts and academic papers, as well as break-out groups focusing on lively interactions to identify challenges, existing approaches and potential directions for solutions.
For more information, see the CSED website.