Hugo Corbucci

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A Coding Dojo is a meeting where a group of programmers gets together to learn, practice, and share experiences. This report describes the authors' experience of creating and running an active Coding Dojo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, sharing the lessons learned from the experience. The role of the Dojo in the learning process is discussed, showing how it creates(More)
Agile software development methods have been increasingly adopted worldwide and became one of the mainstream software development approaches. Agile methods have also had an impact on software engineering education with universities adapting their courses to accommodate this new form of software development. Software engineering research has tried to(More)
Agile software development methods have been increasingly adopted worldwide and became one of the mainstream software development approaches. Agile methods have also had an impact on software engineering education with universities adapting their courses to accommodate this new point of view of software development. Software engineering research has tried(More)
Agile Software Development methods have been increasingly adopted worldwide and became one of the mainstream software development approaches. Agile methods have also had an impact on software engineering education with universities adapting their courses to accommodate this new point of view of software development. Software engineering research has tried(More)
The Archimedes project ([?]) was born from a challenge made by Jon Maddog Hall during FISL 6.0 (6th International Forum of Free Software) to create an open source solution for professional users of AutoCAD. The initial goal of the project was to become a multi-platform FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) with architects as target users. In order to meet(More)
Agile methods and open source software communities share similar cultures with different approaches to overcome problems. Although several professionals are involved in both worlds, neither agile methodologies are as strong as they could be in open source communities nor those communities provide strong contributions to agile methods. This work identifies(More)
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