Rupert Schlick

Rupert Schlick

We are currently at the brink of a new phase in software and systems development. Available development resources will foreseeably be less than we need to produce the uncountable new systems the market seems to ask for - booming IoT, uncountable cyber-physical systems, hard- and software in every household appliance and every pocket. While we sometimes struggle with producing even the simpler ones of those in time and on budget, systems become increasingly complex by interconnecting them, but also increasingly critical because we rely so much on them. At the same time, paradigms are changing and we need to free up resources to adopt and master the new (or newly applicable) technologies like big data and machine learning, where we sometimes do not even fully understand how the resulting system works.  
As a result, we have to take advantage of every tool and technique in (and not yet in) our tool box (or “arsenal”) in order to improve our productivity and tackle unwanted emerging behavior. This affects one-(wo)man-shows as well as large development teams and complete supply chains for system development. In the talk, we will take a closer look at concerns and approaches and how to combine them: test driven modeling, integrated model based development, agile and safe, reliability and security, good old hacking, a program is a model is a model, formal methods and verification, automation, automation, automation. Take every leverage and advantage you can get – the bugs will too!.


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