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Software Defined Environments

Preparing Tomorrow's Software Engineers for Work in a Global Environment
Educating university software engineering students in global software engineering (GSE) presents a range of challenges to. This article also recommends some solutions.

  A Snapshot of Current Trends in Visualization
Guest Editors: Theresa-Marie Rhyne and Min Chen
The February 2017 Computing Now theme presents the best visualization research from 2016: the highlights of last year’s IEEE VIS, a flagship multi-conference in the visualization field.

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Ending the Tyranny of Paper in Argentina
In the city of Buenos Aires, paper-based management had prevented improvement in state services. The authors discuss their work transforming this environment to one that completely eliminated paper.
Spending "Quality"' Time with the Web Video
Quality fluctuations caused by HTTP adaptive streaming can be reduced if video content's natural variability is taken into consideration.

Healthcare-Related Data in the Cloud: Challenges and Opportunities
As cloud computing use in the healthcare industry grows, security and privacy concerns must be adequately addressed, and regulations on data protections made compliant.

Eye-Controlled Interfaces for Multimedia Interaction
The Multimedia Authoring and Management using your Eyes and Mind (MAMEM) project proposes a framework to let users who lack fine motor skills naturally interaction with multimedia information.

Unleashing the Power of Active Sonar
Many applications can be enabled by transforming mobile devices into active sonar systems. This article explores how to use them to monitor minute body movements such as breathing.

Network Traffic Obfuscation and Automated Internet Censorship
Internet censors use networking tools such as deep-packet inspection (DPI) to identify information they deem objectionable. In response, network traffic obfuscation mechanisms attempt to hide the true content of connections.
CS News
Register for TechIgnite

IEEE Computer Society’s TechIgnite event is now open for early registration. This exclusive, two-day event takes place 21-22 March 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, Calif. The theme of the event is “The Truth behind Technology,” and it’s organized to empower tech professionals in the areas of cybersecurity, blockchain, machine learning, quantum computing, operational intelligence, 5G, and virtual reality. Attendees will hear from 33 tech gurus, engage in lively panel discussions, explore over 40 exhibits, and network with thousands of other IT professionals. Register and learn more.

Software Engineering Radio:

Donny Nadolny on Debugging Distributed Systems
Donny Nadolny of PagerDuty joins Robert Blumen to tell the story of debugging an issue that PagerDuty encountered when they set up a Zookeeper cluster that spanned across two geographically separated datacenters in different regions.

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SoCal First and Only Art of Hacking Bootcamp

March 13-17, Los Alamitos, California. Five days of in-depth, immersive, hands-on training will prepare you and your team to thwart the latest and most critical threats. Register now for early discount.

Magazine Roundup Highlights CS Articles

Find out what´s new and noteworthy in the Computer Society´s 13 peer-reviewed magazines.

Learning Resources from IEEE Computer Society

You can train your technical staff for $20 per year! How? By partnering with IEEE Computer Society in the TechLeader Training Partner Program, we customize training to your company using high quality self-paced training materials. Contact us today for a 30-day free trial.

Register for IEEE VR 2017

IEEE Virtual Reality is the premier international conference and exhibition on virtual reality, bringing together academics, researchers, industry folks, and VR enthusiasts from all over the world. Register before 2/18/17 to get discounted rates!

Introducing ComputingEdge -- Your Free View into the World of Leading-Edge Technology

Hot tech knowledge from 13 leading IEEE Computer Society publications.Sign up for more information.

Submissions Sought on Parallel Graph Processing

The IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems seeks submissions for a Special Issue on Advances in Parallel Graph Processing: Algorithms, Architectures and Application Frameworks by 1 Mar. 2017.

Publications Seek Editors in Chief for 2018-2020 Term

The IEEE Computer Society seeks applicants for the position of editor in chief for a number of its publications. Contact us today.

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