3rd International Workshop on Release Engineering (RELENG 2015)

  • Adams B
  • Bellomo S
  • Bird C
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Release engineering deals with all activities in between
regular development and actual usage of a software product by the end
user, i.e., integration, build, test execution, packaging and delivery
of software. Although research on this topic goes back for decades, the
increasing heterogeneity and variability of software products along with
the recent trend to reduce the release cycle to days or even hours
starts to question some of the common beliefs and practices of the
field. For example, a project like Mozilla Firefox releases every 6
weeks, generating updates for dozens of existing Firefox versions on 5
desktop, 2 mobile and 3 mobile desktop platforms, each of which for more
than 80 locales. In this context, the International Workshop on Release
Engineering (RELENG) aims to provide a highly interactive forum for
researchers and practitioners to address the challenges of, find
solutions for and share experiences with release engineering, and to
build connections between the various communities.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Build system
  • Continuous delivery
  • Deployment
  • Integration
  • Packaging
  • Release engineering
  • Test execution

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