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ICSE
1998
IEEE-ACM
10 years 8 months ago
The Ramp-Up Problem in Software Projects: A Case Study of How Software Immigrants Naturalize
Joining a software development team is like moving to a new country to start employment; the immigrant has a lot to learn about the job, the local customs, and sometimes a new lan...
Susan Elliott Sim, Richard C. Holt
ISESE
2003
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
Management of Interdependencies in Collaborative Software Development
In this paper we report results of an informal field study of a software development team conducted during an eight week internship at the NASA/Ames Research Center. The team deve...
Cleidson R. B. de Souza, David F. Redmiles, Gloria...
ECLIPSE
2004
ACM
10 years 9 months ago
Workspace awareness in application development
Coordination of development activities is often the most crucial success factor in a software development team. Typically, teams rely on conīŦguration management (CM) systems for...
Roger M. Ripley, Ryan Y. Yasui, Anita Sarma, Andr&...
XPU
2005
Springer
10 years 9 months ago
Introducing Extreme Programming into a Software Project at the Israeli Air Force
Introducing Extreme Programming (XP) to an industrial software development team usually involves technical and professional aspects as well as social and organizational ones. The i...
Yael Dubinsky, Orit Hazzan, Arie Keren
AGILEDC
2005
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Social Behaviors on XP and non-XP teams: A Comparative Study
This is an ethnographic study of two software development teams within the same organization, one which utilizes the Extreme Programming (XP) methodology and one which does not. T...
Jan Chong
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