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A Sociotechnical Perspective at Software Engineering Workshop

A Sociotechnical Perspective at Software Engineering Workshop is proposed as a pioneering space in Brazil dedicated to investigate the possibilities and potentialities of a sociotechnical perspective specifically targeted on the practices of development and use of software in its quest to design and develop high quality software. A perspective that seeks to apprehend software development without fragmenting it into "technical factors or aspects" on one hand, and "non-technical factors or aspects" on the other, without factoring it into any other dualities ("technical factors" versus "human factors, organizational, ethical, political, social, etc.") that end up disfiguring the "seamless cloth" that imbues the development and use of technical and social software in the same undivided fabric.

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Symposium on the History of Informatics in Latin America and the Caribbean

Bringing together researchers from Latin America and the Caribbean, the Symposium on the History of Informatics in Latin America and the Caribbean (SHIALC) has become a privileged space for reflection on the beginnings of information technology in the region, as well as on the relations between Information Technologies and Computing and South American and Caribbean societies.

 

 

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