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The cover features in the May/June 2015 issue of IEEE Software examine trends in systems and software variability. Multimedia highlights include an interview titled "Guest Editors' Introduction: Trends in Systems and Software Variability." Podcasts related to the issue's popular columns include "Mining Domain Knowledge" by Jane Cleland-Huang, for the Requirements column; "Anarchy and Order" by Grady Booch, for the On Computing column; and "James Turnbull on Docker"http://www.se-radio.net/2015/01/episode-217-james-turnbul... by Charles Anderson for the Software Engineering column.
Learn to navigate the brave new world at the confluence of big data, big services, and cloud computing with the insightful commentaries of technology experts from industry, academia, and government in this series filmed at the 2013 IEEE Congress on Services Computing. Brought to you by the IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative and IEEE Computer Society.