Volume 28, Number 1, January - February 2011
: The Evolution of Flight Management Systems.
: A Refactoring Approach to Parallelism.
, M. Voss
: Multicore Desktop Programming with Intel Threading Building Blocks.
: Lessons Learned: Architects Are Facilitators, Too!
: Managing Software Interfaces of On-Board Automotive Controllers.
: Using Tracing to Diagnose or Monitor Systems.
Volume 28, Number 2, March - April 2011
: Perfectionists in a World of Finite Resources.
: The Success of a COTS Caseload Management System in State Government.
Volume 28, Number 3, May - June 2011
: Virtual Retrospectives for Geographically Dispersed Software Teams.
Volume 28, Number 4, July - August 2011
: Software Industry Business Models.
: Sharing Source Code with Clients: A Hybrid Business and Development Model.
Volume 28, Number 5, September - October 2011
: Managing Montezuma: Handling All the Usual Challenges of Software Development, and Making It Fun: An Interview with Ed Beach.
: Technology Transfer: A Software Security Marketplace Case Study.
: Unintentional and Unbalanced Transparency.
: Gardening Your Architecture, Part 2: Reengineering and Rewriting.
Volume 28, Number 6, November - December 2011
: Assuring the Future? A Look at Validating Climate Model Software.
: What an Agile Architect Can Learn from a Hurricane Meteorologist.
: From Programming to Modeling - and Back Again.