Difference between revisions of "Readings"

From mn/ifi/inf5750
Jump to: navigation, search
(Core book)
Line 2: Line 2:
 
Technological (software) platforms, boundary resources, infrastructures, software ecosystems
 
Technological (software) platforms, boundary resources, infrastructures, software ecosystems
  
=== Core book ===
+
=== Core ===
 
Tiwana, A. (2013).  
 
Tiwana, A. (2013).  
 
[[Platform ecosystems]]: aligning architecture, governance, and strategy.  
 
[[Platform ecosystems]]: aligning architecture, governance, and strategy.  
 
Newnes. (Esp ch 1,2,5,6,10)
 
Newnes. (Esp ch 1,2,5,6,10)
  
=== Articles ===
+
Ghazawneh, A., & Henfridsson, O. (2013).
 +
[[Balancing platform control and external contribution in third‐party development]]: the boundary resources model.
 +
Information Systems Journal, 23(2), 173-192.
 +
 
 +
Plantin, J. C., Lagoze, C., Edwards, P. N., & Sandvig, C. (2016).
 +
[[Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook]].
 +
new media & society, 1461444816661553. (15 pages)
 +
 
 +
=== Complemenary ===
 
Dig, D., & Johnson, R. (2006). [[How do APIs evolve? A story of refactoring]]. ''Journal of software maintenance and evolution: Research and Practice'', ''18''(2), 83-107.
 
Dig, D., & Johnson, R. (2006). [[How do APIs evolve? A story of refactoring]]. ''Journal of software maintenance and evolution: Research and Practice'', ''18''(2), 83-107.
  
Line 13: Line 21:
 
[[Bridging differing perspectives on technological platforms]]: Toward an integrative framework.  
 
[[Bridging differing perspectives on technological platforms]]: Toward an integrative framework.  
 
Research Policy, 43(7), 1239-1249. (10 pages)
 
Research Policy, 43(7), 1239-1249. (10 pages)
 
Ghazawneh, A., & Henfridsson, O. (2013).
 
[[Balancing platform control and external contribution in third‐party development]]: the boundary resources model.
 
Information Systems Journal, 23(2), 173-192.
 
  
 
Pautasso, C. (2014). [[RESTful web services: principles, patterns, emerging technologies]]. In ''Web Services Foundations'' (pp. 31-51). Springer New York.
 
Pautasso, C. (2014). [[RESTful web services: principles, patterns, emerging technologies]]. In ''Web Services Foundations'' (pp. 31-51). Springer New York.
 
Plantin, J. C., Lagoze, C., Edwards, P. N., & Sandvig, C. (2016).
 
[[Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook]].
 
new media & society, 1461444816661553. (15 pages)
 
  
 
Schutt, K., & Balci, O. (2016, June). [[Cloud software development platforms: A comparative overview]]. In ''Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA), 2016 IEEE 14th International Conference on'' (pp. 3-13). IEEE.
 
Schutt, K., & Balci, O. (2016, June). [[Cloud software development platforms: A comparative overview]]. In ''Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA), 2016 IEEE 14th International Conference on'' (pp. 3-13). IEEE.

Revision as of 21:01, 7 November 2016

Concepts

Technological (software) platforms, boundary resources, infrastructures, software ecosystems

Core

Tiwana, A. (2013). Platform ecosystems: aligning architecture, governance, and strategy. Newnes. (Esp ch 1,2,5,6,10)

Ghazawneh, A., & Henfridsson, O. (2013). Balancing platform control and external contribution in third‐party development: the boundary resources model. Information Systems Journal, 23(2), 173-192.

Plantin, J. C., Lagoze, C., Edwards, P. N., & Sandvig, C. (2016). Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook. new media & society, 1461444816661553. (15 pages)

Complemenary

Dig, D., & Johnson, R. (2006). How do APIs evolve? A story of refactoringJournal of software maintenance and evolution: Research and Practice18(2), 83-107.

Gawer, A. (2014). Bridging differing perspectives on technological platforms: Toward an integrative framework. Research Policy, 43(7), 1239-1249. (10 pages)

Pautasso, C. (2014). RESTful web services: principles, patterns, emerging technologies. In Web Services Foundations (pp. 31-51). Springer New York.

Schutt, K., & Balci, O. (2016, June). Cloud software development platforms: A comparative overview. In Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA), 2016 IEEE 14th International Conference on (pp. 3-13). IEEE.

Complementary articles

Benlian, A., Hilkert, D., & Hess, T. (2015). How open is this platform? The meaning and measurement of platform openness from the complementors’ perspective. Journal of Information Technology, 30(3), 209-228.

Dal Bianco, V., Myllärniemi, V., Komssi, M., & Raatikainen, M. (2014, April). The role of platform boundary resources in software ecosystems: a case study. In Software Architecture (WICSA), 2014 IEEE/IFIP Conference on (pp. 11-20). IEEE (10 pages)

Eaton, B., Elaluf-Calderwood, S., Sorensen, C., & Yoo, Y. (2015). Distributed tuning of boundary resources: the case of Apple's iOS service system. MIS Quarterly, 39(1), 217-243.

A Rafiq, A., Ågerfalk, P. J., & Sjöström, J. (2013, June). Boundary Resources Dependency in Third-Party Development from the Developer’s Perspective. In International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems (pp. 197-211). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.