Connecting Programming Environments to Support Ad-Hoc Collaboration

@article{Hegde2008ConnectingPE,
  title={Connecting Programming Environments to Support Ad-Hoc Collaboration},
  author={Rajesh Hegde and Prasun Dewan},
  journal={2008 23rd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering},
  year={2008},
  pages={178-187}
}
Physical proximity supports various forms of ad-hoc collaboration among developers such as opportunistic task adaptation and helping co-developers when they are stuck. Connecting the input/output flows of stand-alone programming environments of distributed developers offers the potential to support such collaboration among them. Such a connection has several components including communication sessions, awareness of others' availability and the state of the objects on which they are working, and… CONTINUE READING
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