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Case Study: Shipping Mylyn Reviews for Software Development in Air Traffic Management

Stefan Reiterer, Kilian Matt, Mario Bernhart

Making with Eclipse · Standard
Tuesday, 10:40, 20 minutes | Stevens Creek

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Frequentis develops and markets communication and information solutions for safety-critical applications. The company's core business is civil air traffic management.

To assure a high level of software quality, Frequentis successfully introduced Mylyn Reviews into their development process. The implementation is integrated with SVN and Mantis to support changeset-based reviews. In addition to the core functions, a planning and reporting plug-in supports specific requirements for large-scale applicability.

This talk presents the requirements, concept, adoption and rollout of Mylyn Reviews in this industrial environment.

Stefan Reiterer is working as a software engineer at the company RISE. He is also studying at the Vienna University of Technology (Software Engineering and Internet Computing). After the completion of his bachelor studies in Media-Informatics, he has developed a special version of Mylyn Reviews for the company Frequentis in the course of his Master Thesis.

Kilian is studying at the Vienna University of Technology, where he is writing his master thesis about Mylyn Reviews.

Mario Bernhart is a Software Engineering practitioner at RISE and researcher at the Vienna University of Technology. He is currently leading the Mylyn Reviews project at Eclipse and the ReviewClipse project.

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