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The ACM Special Interest Group on Software Engineering focuses on issues relating to all aspects of software development and maintenance. To that end, SIGSOFT provides a forum for computing professionals from industry, government and academia to examine principles, practices, and new research results. SIGSOFT sponsors two major conferences each year, the International Conference on Software Engineering (co-sponsored with IEEE) and Foundations of Software Engineering, as well as specialized conferences on topics such as testing and maintenance. In addition, SIGSOFT sponsors several workshops that bring researchers and practitioners together to discuss and debate more specialized topics. SIGSOFT publishes a bimonthly newsletter, Software Engineering Notes, which includes articles submitted by members as well as the popular forum "Risks to the Public", which describes software safety mishaps and concerns.
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