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 James Cordy is Professor and past Director of the School of Computing at Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada. ​ As leader of the TXL source transformation project with hundreds of academic and industrial users worldwide, he is the author of more than 160 refereed contributions in programming languages, software engineering and artificial intelligence. ​ From 1995-2001 he was Vice President and Chief Research Scientist at Legasys Corporation,​ whose LS/2000 source code analysis system was responsible for the analysis and reprogramming of over 4.5 billion lines of financial code of the largest Canadian banks for the Year 2000 problem. ​ Dr. Cordy is an ACM Distinguished Scientist, a senior member of the IEEE, and an IBM CAS faculty fellow. James Cordy is Professor and past Director of the School of Computing at Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada. ​ As leader of the TXL source transformation project with hundreds of academic and industrial users worldwide, he is the author of more than 160 refereed contributions in programming languages, software engineering and artificial intelligence. ​ From 1995-2001 he was Vice President and Chief Research Scientist at Legasys Corporation,​ whose LS/2000 source code analysis system was responsible for the analysis and reprogramming of over 4.5 billion lines of financial code of the largest Canadian banks for the Year 2000 problem. ​ Dr. Cordy is an ACM Distinguished Scientist, a senior member of the IEEE, and an IBM CAS faculty fellow.
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 ==== Software Risk Management in Practice – Shed Light on Your Software Product ==== ==== Software Risk Management in Practice – Shed Light on Your Software Product ====
  
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 Joost Visser is head of research at the Software Improvement Group (SIG) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands,​ and holds a position as professor of large-scale software systems at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. At the SIG, Joost is responsible for innovation of tools and services, academic relations, internship coordination,​ and general research. In the past eight years, he has been involved in the development,​ evaluation, and application of a benchmark-based model for software quality. Joost Visser is head of research at the Software Improvement Group (SIG) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands,​ and holds a position as professor of large-scale software systems at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. At the SIG, Joost is responsible for innovation of tools and services, academic relations, internship coordination,​ and general research. In the past eight years, he has been involved in the development,​ evaluation, and application of a benchmark-based model for software quality.
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 ====== 90 Minute Technical Briefings ====== ====== 90 Minute Technical Briefings ======
  
-==== Software Architecture Reconstruction:​ Why? What? and How? ====+==== [[http://​www.slideshare.net/​metimir/​software-architecture-reconstruction-why-what-and-how|Software Architecture Reconstruction:​ Why? What? and How?]] ====
  
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