Arturo Di Lecce

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Programming work is inherently interdependent, requiring developers to share and coordinate decisions that crosscut the structure of code. This is particularly challenging for programming in a microtasking context, in which developers are assumed to be transient and thus cannot rely on traditional learning and coordination mechanisms such as an extended(More)
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