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Personality types in software engineering
- Luiz Fernando Capretz
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Hum. Comput. Stud.
- 1 February 2003
Forty years of research on personality in software engineering: A mapping study
Making Sense of Software Development and Personality Types
The authors mapped some opposing psychological traits, such as extroversion-introversion, sensing-intuition, thinking-feeling, and judging-perceiving, to the main stages of a software development life cycle and concluded that assigning a person with specific psychological characteristics to the stage best suited for his or her traits increases the chances of a successful outcome for the project.
Towards an early software estimation using log-linear regression and a multilayer perceptron model
Evaluating the Demand for Soft Skills in Software Development
An analysis of 500 advertisements for IT positions focuses on the soft skills mentioned in the ads, revealing which soft skills are in high demand for software development and which ones are…
Why do we need personality diversity in software engineering?
This study tackling a difficult to study aspect of software engineer-ing, that is, how to best associate personnel with the various tasks in a software project, uses psychological types to determine who is best suited to particular development roles.
Determination of Critical Success Factors Affecting Mobile Learning: A Meta-Analysis Approach
It has been shown that the most important perceived advantages of m-Learning, from learner perspectives, are collaboration during studies, the prospect of ubiquitous learning in space and time, and user friendly application design.
A brief history of the object-oriented approach
- Luiz Fernando Capretz
- Computer ScienceSOEN
- 1 March 2003
The road towards an object- oriented approach is described and several object-oriented programming languages are reviewed and a survey and a classification scheme for object oriented methodologies are presented.
Critical Success Factors to Improve the Game Development Process from a Developer’s Perspective
- Saiqa Aleem, Luiz Fernando Capretz, F. Ahmed
- BusinessJournal of Computer Science and Technology
- 9 September 2016
Investigating empirically the influence of key developer’s factors on the game development process provides evidence that game development organizations must deal with multiple key factors to remain competitive and to handle high pressure in the software game industry.
Soft Skills and Software Development: A Reflection from the Software Industry
It is found that currently although the software industry is paying attention to soft skills up to some extent while hiring but there is a need to further acknowledge the role of these skills in software development.