In our latest blog we chat to project coordinators Aristotle University of Thessaloniki about the S-CASE concept and what they have set out to achieve with the project. Watch this short film to find out more.
Project Coordinator Andreas Symeonidis, Assistant Professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, explains:
“S-CASE practically is a tool for developers. When I say a tool for developers I mean a tool that will help software engineers to build software, find software that resides already in the Open Source community – but also in appropriate data services – and re-use all these in a very friendly and a very easy way.”
Technical Coordinator, Kyriakos Chatzidimitriou, added:
“S-CASE is about creating software services out of multi-modal requirements. We try to aid the developers in taking their development efforts towards building such services.”
To find out more about the S-CASE concept then you can read Kyriakos’ latest blog.