For the sake of transparency and reproducibility, we strongly encourage authors to share their analysis scripts, on freely accessible code repositories (e.g., Git Hub, Bitbucket), as well as the empirical datasets on Dataverse (), following Google guidelines to dataset providers (https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/dataset).DECISIONS Submissions will be reviewed by at least three experts in the field.
We like an inclusive definition of Research Software Engineers to encompass those who regularly use expertise in programming to advance research.
This includes researchers who spend a significant amount of time programming, full-time software engineers writing code to solve research problems, and those somewhere in-between.
Each of these topic areas is expanded below but the sub-topics list is not exhaustive.
Papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them.
Today’s software industry is more global and distributed than it has been ever before.
The idea of developing major software products or IT services in one location or by one team belongs to the past.[Read More] Join us in person at the PEARC19 Conference there will be a Birds of a Feather (BOF) session “Building a Community of Research Software Engineers.” The session is scheduled for pm Monday, July 29 in the New Orleans room.[Read More] The US-RSE Association is centered around three main goals.Authors are requested to attach the previously published article and a cover letter explaining the changes made in the journal version.The difference in contributions between the two versions should also be stated in the submitted article.The primary evaluation criteria are high-quality submissions, innovative aspects in the domain of global software engineering, the practical impact of the proposed study, and thorough evaluation.The final decision will be made by the guest editors, in consultation with the journal’s Editors-in-Chief and the Special Issues Editor.By publishing the latest research on novel approaches to software engineering and by evaluating them against systems and software quality criteria, ENASE conferences advance knowledge and research in software engineering, including and emphasizing service-oriented, business-process driven, and ubiquitous mobile computing.ENASE aims at identifying most hopeful trends and proposing new directions for consideration by researchers and practitioners involved in large-scale systems and software development, integration, deployment, delivery, maintenance and evolution.In case a paper has been already presented at a conference, it should be extended by at least 30% new technical contributions, before being submitted for this special issue.Please, note that the papers from ICGSE 2019 that are also invited for this special issue, are subject to the same rule.