A Survey of Collaborative Tools in Software Development

  title={A Survey of Collaborative Tools in Software Development},
  author={Anita Sarma},
Collaboration is at the heart of software development. Virtually all software development requires collaboration among developers within and outside their project teams, to achieve a common objective. It has in fact been shown that about 70% of a software engineer’s time is spent on collaborative activities [219]. Indeed, collaboration in software development has been studied by researchers in the fields of Software Engineering and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) since the 1980s and… CONTINUE READING
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