• Publications
  • Influence
Requirements engineering and agile software development
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This paper analyzes commonalities and differences of both approaches and determines how agile software development can benefit from requirements engineering methods. Expand
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Agile Project Management
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Course Objectives  Embrace a model of continuous planning over simply following a plan for a dramatic boost in efficiency by transforming your Agile project management style from "command and control" to "empower and inspire" with your team. Expand
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What makes a good code example?: A study of programming Q&A in StackOverflow
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A qualitative analysis of the questions and answers posted to a programming Q&A web site called StackOverflow. Expand
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Knowledge sharing: agile methods vs. Tayloristic methods
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This paper presents a comparative analysis of knowledge sharing approaches of agile and Tayloristic (traditional) software development teams. Expand
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User Elicitation on Single-hand Microgestures
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This paper investigates single-hand microgestures (SHMGs), detailed gestures in a small interaction space which are suitable for the mobile and discrete nature of interactions for ubiquitous computing. Expand
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User-Centered Design and Agile Methods: A Systematic Review
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This paper presents the results of a systematic review of existing literature on the integration of agile software development with user-centered design approaches. Expand
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A model of design decision making based on empirical results of interviews with software designers
Despite the impact of design decisions on software design, we have little understanding about how design decisions are made. This hinders our ability to provide design metrics, processes and trainingExpand
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Direct verbal communication as a catalyst of agile knowledge sharing
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This paper discusses the role of conversation and social interactions as the key element of effective knowledge sharing in an agile process. Expand
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A case study on the impact of scrum on overtime and customer satisfaction
  • C. Mann, F. Maurer
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Agile Development Conference (ADC'05)
  • 24 July 2005
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This paper provides results, and experiences from a longitudinal, 2 year industrial case study on the impact of Scrum practices on overtime and customer satisfaction. Expand
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On the success of empirical studies in the international conference on software engineering
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Empirically analyzing papers published by ICSE, the prime research conference on Software Engineering over the lifetime of the conference. Expand
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