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  • IEEE Computer Society

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    The IEEE Computer Society is the oldest and largest association of computer professionals in the world. It offers over 90,000 members a comprehensive program of publications, meetings, and technical and educational activities, fostering an active exchange of information, ideas, and innovation. The society is the world's leading publisher of technical material in the computing field. No other professional or commercial organization comes close to matching the Computer Society in terms of the quality, quantity, or diversity of its publications. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the society serves its members from offices in Los Alamitos, CA; Tokyo, Japan; and Brussels, Belgium. The society is the largest technical society within the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

  • IEEE Computer Society Technical Council on Software Engineering


    The Technical Council on Software Engineering (TCSE) is the IEEE Computer Society's coordinating body for innovative programs and services in software engineering. TCSE is at the forefront of information exchange and support for both practitioners and researchers throughout the software engineering field.

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    The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), is the world's oldest and largest educational and scientific computing society. With a worldwide membership of 80,000 IT practitioners and academics, the ACM is the premier forum for all those that wish to keep abreast of the latest information, trends and developments in the IT industry. ACM offers its members an unprecedented number of publications, conferences, tutorials, and special interest groups.

  • ACM SIGSOFT Special Interest Group on Software Engineering


    ACM SIGSOFT focuses on issues relating to all aspects of software engineering, providing a forum for computing professionals from industry, government and academia to examine principles, practices, education, and new research results in software engineering. In addition to ICSE, SIGSOFT sponsors the Foundations of Software Engineering conference and a variety of one-time and on-going workshops that bring practitioners, researchers, and educators together to discuss and debate timely issues. SIGSOFT publishes a bimonthly newsletter, Software Engineering Notes, which includes articles submitted by members as well as the popular forum "The Risks Digest", which describes software safety mishaps and concerns.

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