SIGCAS Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1990-2019

 SIGCAS Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers

 

 FY 2019 278 33 15 0 326 3
 FY 2018 272 33 21 0 326 3
 FY 2017 281 30 18 0 329 4
 FY 2016 278 40 16 0 334 5
 FY 2015 289 31 14 0 334 5
 FY 2014 277 28 11 0 316 6
 FY 2013 291 31 10 0 332 6
 FY 2012 303 47 13 0 363 4
 FY 2011 314 46 12 0 372 7
 FY 2010 353 52 20 0 425 7
 FY 2009 407 54 16 0 477 13
 FY 2008 445 45 25 0 515 11
 FY 2007 459 43 25 1 528 17
 FY 2006 476 47 19 2 544 21
 FY 2005 484 55 11 2 552 30
 FY 2004 467 79 10 2 558 39
 FY 2003 487 84 15 5 591 74
 FY 2002 476 84 14 3 577 116
 FY 2001 454 85 13 2 554 120
 FY 2000 481 100 14 4 599 120
 FY 1999 490 112 5 15 622 122
 FY 1998 559 113 7 15 694 133
 FY 1997 575 100 6 16 697 136
 FY 1996 622 93 4 22 741 135
 FY 1995 683 124 3 22 832 143
 FY 1994 773 136 3 24 936 135
 FY 1993 919 174 3   1096 111
 FY 1992 1112 217 5   1334 117
 FY 1991 1146 211 9   1366 127
 FY 1990 1114 180 5   1299 116

Why I Belong to ACM

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The DevOps Phenomenon

ACM Queue’s “Research for Practice” serves up expert-curated guides to the best of computing research, and relates these breakthroughs to the challenges that software engineers face every day. This installment, “The DevOps Phenomenon” by Anna Wiedemann, Nicole Forsgren, Manuel Wiesche, Heiko Gewald and Helmut Krcmar, gives an overview of stories from across the industry about software organizations overcoming early hurdles of adopting DevOps practices, and coming out on the other side with tighter integration between software and operations teams, faster delivery times for new software features, and achieving higher levels of stability.