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CHI
2008
ACM
10 years 28 days ago
Testing vs. code inspection vs. what else?: male and female end users' debugging strategies
Little is known about the strategies end-user programmers use in debugging their programs, and even less is known about gender differences that may exist in these strategies. With...
Neeraja Subrahmaniyan, Laura Beckwith, Valentina G...
VL
2007
IEEE
123views Visual Languages» more  VL 2007»
10 years 6 months ago
Introductory Computing Construct Use in an End-User Programming Community
Previous studies of end-user programmers have indicated a reliance on related examples for learning. Accordingly, we analyzed the projects contained in an online community with re...
Brian Dorn, Allison Elliott Tew, Mark Guzdial
VL
2008
IEEE
121views Visual Languages» more  VL 2008»
10 years 6 months ago
Can feature design reduce the gender gap in end-user software development environments?
Recent research has begun to report that female enduser programmers are often more reluctant than males to employ features that are useful for testing and debugging. These earlier...
Valentina Grigoreanu, Jill Cao, Todd Kulesza, Chri...
VL
2009
IEEE
126views Visual Languages» more  VL 2009»
10 years 6 months ago
Predicting reuse of end-user web macro scripts
Repositories of code written by end-user programmers are beginning to emerge, but when a piece of code is new or nobody has yet reused it, then current repositories provide users ...
Christopher Scaffidi, Christopher Bogart, Margaret...
CHI
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
End-user mashup programming: through the design lens
Programming has recently become more common among ordinary end users of computer systems. We believe that these end-user programmers are not just coders but also designers, in tha...
Jill Cao, Yann Riche, Susan Wiedenbeck, Margaret M...
CHI
2003
ACM
11 years 5 days ago
Harnessing curiosity to increase correctness in end-user programming
Despite their ability to help with program correctness, assertions have been notoriously unpopular--even with professional programmers. End-user programmers seem even less likely ...
Aaron Wilson, Margaret M. Burnett, Laura Beckwith,...
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