At academic conferences on software measurement and analysis, I feel frustrated when I discover the software metric adopted by analysts. They tend to evaluate software development productivity using SLOC as a metric.
The reason for this is almost always the same: we need data, large amounts of data: the only available and reliable data are SLOC. [...]
Posts Tagged ‘open source’
Some thoughts on the concept of value, for innovators: an example of reverse-thinking
Time ago I listened to a talk by Vito Mancuso, a famous Italian theologian, about “Io e Dio” (God and I). Quite an unusual topic for me. Nevertheless, I’ve extracted a reflection from it that, after some time, I wish to take up [...]
Here you can find the presentation that supported my speech at the latest edition of the European Summit on the Future Internet, held in Aveiro, Portugal on June 14th, 2013. Aveiro is a nice place which I would highly recommend (just like Portugal).
I took part in the “Big Data, Cloud, Smart Spaces, IoT, M2M panel [...]
Here is the list of the next events in which I’m participating in 2013 with different roles: as the founder of the SpagoWorld initiative, as a division director within Engineering Group’s Innovation and Research Department or as the President of OW2 Consortium. Even if I’ll probably not attend all these events, you’ll have the opportunity [...]
Some days ago I had the opportunity to give a lesson at ALMA Graduate School in Bologna (Italy), within the Master in Business Administration of the Information Systems course by prof. Danilo Montesi. It’s an annual appointment for me, in which I’m honoured to participate as a testimonial.
This is a real opportunity to launch new [...]
A long time ago I wrote my first post on Radical Openness.
I promised to post something more about the Economics lying behind the Radical Openness approach, even though it is quite a challenge for me. As both an industrial IT manager and a representative of open source communities, when dealing with open source projects I’m [...]
Some time ago I published a post on this blog focused on what a story is in open source.
As for SpagoBI, its stories are mainly customers’ references.
Let’s start afresh: I’m looking for your stories now.
I’m going to write a composite SpagoBI story. I don’t know its final format yet: it depends on what you’ll provide. [...]