Vortrag "How Open Source Challenges Current Architectural Modeling Languages" an der TU Darmstadt

12. November 2019 von 14:00 – 15:00 Uhr

Ort: Hochschulstraße 1 (S1|03) | Altes Hauptgebäude | Raum 07 |Darmstadt

Auf Einladung der von CRISP-Wissenschaftler Prof. Max Mühlhäuser an der TU Darmstadt geleiteten Forschungsrupppe Telekooperation hält Prof. Dirk Riehle von der Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg einen Vortag mit dem Titel: "How Open Source Challenges Current Architectural Modeling Languages".

Die Teilnehmerzahl ist auf 20 Personen begrenzt, Anmeldungen werden bis Freiag, 8.11. entgegengenommen unter: https://forms.gle/NYTVEHMkHBvuuqG66

Current modeling languages for the architecture of software systems (like UML) cannot cope well with a new set of challenges posed by the ever increasing use of open source in products and projects. In this talk, Prof. Dr. Dirk Riehle will discuss the complexity of the open source supply chain and the challenge it poses for license compliance. He will also touch on similar challenges for system security. It will become clear that these challenges are critical to address for software architects, yet they cannot be expressed well nor solved with today’s modeling languages.

 Prof. Dr. Dirk Riehle, M.B.A., is the Professor of Open Source Software at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Before joining academia, Riehle led the Open Source Research Group at SAP Labs, LLC, in Palo Alto, California (Silicon Valley). Riehle founded the Open Symposium, now the inter­national conference on open collaboration. He was also the lead architect of the first UML virtual machine. He is interested in open source and inner source software engineering, agile software development methods, complexity science and human collaboration, and software system architecture, design, and implementation. Prof. Riehle holds a Ph.D. in computer science from ETH Zürich and an M.B.A. from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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