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The evolution of sentiment analysis - A review of research topics, venues, and top cited papers
Happy software developers solve problems better: psychological measurements in empirical software engineering
A study with 42 participants investigates the relationship between the affective states, creativity, and analytical problem-solving skills of software developers and offers support for the claim that happy developers are indeed better problem solvers in terms of their analytical abilities.
Mining Valence, Arousal, and Dominance - Possibilities for Detecting Burnout and Productivity?
- M. Mäntylä, B. Adams, Giuseppe Destefanis, D. Graziotin, Marco Ortu
- PsychologyIEEE/ACM 13th Working Conference on Mining…
- 14 March 2016
This paper explores the VAD metrics and their properties on 700,000 Jira issue reports containing over 2,000,000 comments, since issue reports keep track of a developer’s progress on addressing bugs or new features.
Do feelings matter? On the correlation of affects and the self‐assessed productivity in software engineering
Software engineering (SE) research needs to incorporate affect measurements to valorize human factors and to enhance management styles.
A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review
There is considerable scope for new peer review initiatives to be developed, each with their own potential issues and advantages, and a novel hybrid platform model is proposed that could resolve many of the socio-technical issues associated with peer review, and potentially disrupt the entire scholarly communication system.
What happens when software developers are (un)happy
Understanding the affect of developers: theoretical background and guidelines for psychoempirical software engineering
This paper highlights the challenges to conduct proper affect-related studies with psychology, provides a comprehensive literature review in affect theory, and proposes guidelines for conducting psychoempirical software engineering.
On the Unhappiness of Software Developers
The results indicate that software developers are a slightly happy population, but the need for limiting the unhappiness of developers remains, and 219 factors representing causes of unhappiness while developing software are identified.
Software Developers, Moods, Emotions, and Performance
It's shown that software developers' happiness pays off when it comes to productivity, and it's also shown that happiness boosts productivity.
Unhappy Developers: Bad for Themselves, Bad for Process, and Bad for Software Product
- D. Graziotin, Fabian Fagerholm, Xiaofeng Wang, P. Abrahamsson
- BusinessIEEE/ACM 39th International Conference on…
- 11 January 2017
The first results from a study exploring the consequences of the unhappy developers are presented, and it is predicted that the classification scheme identified will spawn new happiness studies linking causes and effects and can act as a guideline for developers and managers to foster happiness at work.