Nicole Haenni

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We present the results of an investigation into the nature of information needs of software developers who work in projects that are part of larger ecosystems. This work is based on a quantitative survey of 75 professional software developers. We corroborate the results identified in the survey with needs and motivations proposed in a previous survey and(More)
We present the results of an investigation into the nature of the information needs of software developers who work in projects that are part of larger ecosystems. In an open-question survey we asked framework and library developers about their information needs with respect to both their upstream and downstream projects. We investigated what kind of(More)
Von der Philosophisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät angenommen. Acknowledgments I'd like to dedicate this thesis to my wife, Katja Schwarz. All results presented in this thesis are the result of collaboration. I have been helped in various ways by many people, including All results shown in this thesis are the result of my work at the Software(More)
Today's open-source software repositories support a worldwide networked collaboration and interdependence among independent developers. Due to the co-existance and co-evolution of projects that depend and rely on each other, these software ecosystems have led to an increased importance in large-scale software engineering. At present little is known about(More)
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