I successfully defended my PhD Thesis on ‘Looking at Execution Logs Beyond Execution Events: Enriching Execution Events to Compare the Behaviour of Large-Scale Software Systems Against Their Historical Behaviour!’

 

Look for me at the following event in Raleigh, North Carolina next week:

 

Our paper on ‘An Automated Approach for Recommending When to Stop Performance Tests’ has been accepted at the 32nd International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME).

 

I successfully defended my PhD Research Proposal on ‘Leveraging Execution Logs To Compare the Behaviour Of Large-Scale Software Systems!’

 

Our paper on “Continuous Validation of Performance Test Workloads” has been published by the Automated Software Engineering Journal (ASE). This paper was accepted with revisions in late 2014.

 

Look for me at the following event in Nashville, Tennessee next week:

 

I have been invited to speak on “Continuous Validation of Performance Test Cases” during CISC 880: Engineering of Ultra-large-scale systems at Queen’s University.

 

Our paper on “Continuous Validation of Performance Test Suites” has been accepted by the Automated Software Engineering Journal (ASE) with revisions.

 

Look for me at the following event in Kingston, Ontario next week:

 

Our paper on “Replicating and Re-evaluating the Theory of Relative Defect-Proneness” has been published by the Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE). This paper was accepted with minor revisions earlier this year.

 
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