37th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016)

Dear friends and colleagues:

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to Dublin and Ireland for ICIS 2016! We hope that you have already experienced some of Dublin’s acclaimed hospitality, history, accessibility, culture and friendliness, along with its wide range of restaurants, pubs and entertainment. The suggestion to hold ICIS in Dublin was first made in the lobby of the Sheraton Boston hotel after the conclusion of ICIS...

International Workshop on Continuous Software Evolution and Delivery

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...

Continuous *

Continuous * (pronounced Continuous Star)

Throughout is short history, software development has been characterised by disconnects between important activities e.g., planning, analysis, design and programming. The problem is further exacerbated by the episodic and infrequent performance of activities such as planning, testing, integration and releases.

Several emerging phenomena reflect attempts to address these problems. For example, the enterprise agile concept has emerged as a recognition that the benefits of agile software...