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Technical debt is the consequence of trade-offs made during software development to ensure speedy releases. The research community lacks rigorously evaluated guidelines to help practitioners characterize, manage and prioritize debt. This paper describes a study conducted with an industrial partner during their implementation of Agile development practices(More)
Technical debt has recently become a major concern in the software industry. While it has been shown that technical debt has an adverse effect on the quality of a software system, there has been little work to explore this relationship. Further, with the growing number of approaches to estimate the technical debt principal of a software system, there is a(More)
Recently, Technical Debt (TD) has gained popularity in the Software Engineering community to describe design decisions that allow software development teams to achieve short term benefits such as expedited release of code. Technical debt accrued should be managed to avoid the disastrous consequences of these temporary workarounds. Management of technical(More)
The 12th Doctoral Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering (IDOESE), was organized as a full day event prior to the ACM / IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) program. Seven PhD candidates came from different research institutes across the globe to present their research proposals at the symposium. The(More)
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