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We also offer help with finding employment in the London area after completing our 2 week course. Software development has been characterized by disconnects between activities. We propose a research agenda for continuous software engineering. The problem is further exacerbated by the episodic and infrequent performance of activities such as planning, testing, integration and releases.
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Brian Fitzgerald is Chief Scientist at Lero—the Irish Software Research Centre. He holds an endowed chair, the Frederick Krehbiel Chair in Innovation in Business and Technology at the University of Limerick. His research interests include open source software, inner source, crowdsourcing, and lean and agile methods. Klaas-Jan Stol is a research fellow at Lero—the Irish Software Research Centre at the University of Limerick.
His research interests include open source software, inner source, and agile and lean methods. Previously, he was a contributor to an open source project. This is a modified version of the keynote talk given by Rob Pike at the SPLASH 2012 conference in Tucson, Arizona, on October 25, 2012. The Go programming language was conceived in late 2007 as an answer to some of the problems we were seeing developing software infrastructure at Google. Java, and Python, had been created. The problems introduced by multicore processors, networked systems, massive computation clusters, and the web programming model were being worked around rather than addressed head-on. Go was designed and developed to make working in this environment more productive.