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CSCW
2011
ACM
8 years 2 months ago
Peer interaction effectively, yet infrequently, enables programmers to discover new tools
Computer users rely on software tools to work effectively and efficiently, but it is difficult for users to be aware of all the tools that might be useful to them. While there a...
Emerson R. Murphy-Hill, Gail C. Murphy
CORR
2010
Springer
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8 years 4 months ago
RAFDA: A Policy-Aware Middleware Supporting the Flexible Separation of Application Logic from Distribution
Middleware technologies often limit the way in which object classes may be used in distributed applications due to the fixed distribution policies that they impose. These policies...
Scott M. Walker, Alan Dearle, Stuart J. Norcross, ...
GROUP
2010
ACM
8 years 5 months ago
Design, implementation, and evaluation of an approach for determining when programmers are having difficulty
Previous research has motivated the idea of automatically determining when programmers are having difficulty, provided an initial algorithm (unimplemented in an actual system), an...
Jason Carter, Prasun Dewan
CSUR
2000
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8 years 7 months ago
HotDoc: a framework for compound documents
applications parts. Programmers can easily implement new parts by using abstract classes of the framework. HotDoc is implemented in VisualWorks Smalltalk.
Jürgen Buchner
CG
2000
Springer
8 years 7 months ago
Adapting computer graphics curricula to changes in graphics
Introductory computer graphics courses are changing their focus and learning environments. Improvements in hardware and software technology coupled with changes in preparation, in...
Lewis E. Hitchner, Henry Sowizral
ASE
2005
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8 years 7 months ago
Modular Verification of Open Features Using Three-Valued Model Checking
Feature-oriented programming organizes programs around features rather than objects, thus better supporting extensible, product-line architectures. Programming languages increasin...
Harry C. Li, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Kathi Fisler
SIGCSE
2008
ACM
143views Education» more  SIGCSE 2008»
8 years 7 months ago
Test-driven learning in early programming courses
Coercing new programmers to adopt disciplined development practices such as thorough unit testing is a challenging endeavor. Test-driven development (TDD) has been proposed as a s...
David Janzen, Hossein Saiedian
SOFTVIS
2010
ACM
8 years 7 months ago
An interactive ambient visualization for code smells
Code smells are characteristics of software that indicate that code may have a design problem. Code smells have been proposed as a way for programmers to recognize the need for re...
Emerson R. Murphy-Hill, Andrew P. Black
IADIS
2008
8 years 8 months ago
Data Mining Applications in Intelligent Integrated Development Environments
Programming and developing of small scale software applications can be accomplished with simple command-line compilers that can be used to compile, test, and execute code generati...
Ali Farahmand Nejad, Shahabedin Bayati, Sadegh Kha...
ECLIPSE
2007
ACM
8 years 9 months ago
CReN: a tool for tracking copy-and-paste code clones and renaming identifiers consistently in the IDE
Programmers often copy and paste code so that they can reuse the existing code to complete a similar task. Many times, modifications to the newly pasted code include renaming all ...
Patricia Jablonski, Daqing Hou
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