Author Archives: Terhi Kilamo

Profes’16: a Norwegian Take on Product Focused Software Process Improvement

At the end of November, our researchers focusing on modern software systems development and engineering headed to lovely Trondheim to attend the 17th international conference on product-focused software process improvement, or PROFES. While our flight there did not go according to … Continue reading

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Empirical Software Engineering International Week

Last week I attended some of the events held during Empirical Software Engineering International Week (or ESEIW for short) in Ciudad Real, Spain. While the weather was scorching the week provided lots of interesting topics and discussions related to empirical … Continue reading

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NysseOsu-pelin mainegalleria

Tänä keväänä opintojaksolla TIE-02400 Ohjelmoinnin tekniikat harjoitustyönä opiskelijat saivat toteuttaa NysseOsu-nimisen pelin. Pelissä hyödynnettiin Tampereen kaupungin avointa dataa ja pelin nysset liikkuivat kaupunkikartalla reaaliajassa aitojen linjojen ja aikataulujen mukaisilla reiteillä. Pelin varsinaiset tavoitteet jätettiin koodareiden päätäntävaltaan; kaupungilla nyssejä matkustajineen kuitenkin vaani ohjattava drooni. … Continue reading

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Software Engineering Summer School in Bolzano Free University

Last week I attended to software engineering summer school held in Bolzano, Italy. There were about 40 people from many different countries, e.g. from Brazil and Austria. The topics of the summer school covered various themes from software engineering research … Continue reading

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Hyvää juhannusta! Happy midsummer!

Tietotekniikan laitos toivottaa kaikille hyvää juhannusta ja rentouttavia kesälomia! Aina on sopiva kesäsää esimerkiksi lenkkeilyyn ja grillaamiselle. Tietotekniikka näyttää mallia Happy summer holidays! Enjoy the summer solstice Pervasive style.

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Defence: Socio-technical congruence – an implicit driving force for OSS project evolution

In the wake of Tuukka, MSc. M.M. Mahbubul Syeed defended his dissertation titled “On the Socio-Technical Dependencies in Free/Libre/Open Source Software Projects” M.M.Syeed giving his lectio On the Socio-Technical Dependencies in Free/Libre/Open Source Software Projects pic.twitter.com/8FXEu8nQzN — Pervasive Computing (@PervasiveTUT) May 29, … Continue reading

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Pervasive at ICSE’15

The 37th International Conference on Software Engineering was held in Florence, Italy last week. It and the many co-located events and workshops drew a wide range of contributions from Pervasive computing. The week started of with a co-located Mobilesoft, the 2nd … Continue reading

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Summer event: what, where, when, who?

During the spring we headed out to Himos for a day of skiing and hiking. Traditionally the department has also headed for the summer holidays with a social event. In its previous meeting, the Pervasive Computing development forum came up with … Continue reading

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Finland Distinguished Professor Programme (FiDiPro) visiting professor joins Pervasive Computing

Since January 1, 2015 I have joined the Department of Pervasive Computing at TUT as a part-time visiting professor. My appointment at TUT is part of the Finland Distinguished Professor Programme (FiDiPro), and involves a joint project with Prof. Jarmo … Continue reading

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Celkee is missing your views!

From the beginning of the year, people at Pervasive Computing have started getting emails from Celkee Insight asking for their views and informing them on the latest trends. These come from the Celkee tool the department has started using for … Continue reading

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