Convergent contemporary software peer review practices

@inproceedings{Rigby2013ConvergentCS,
  title={Convergent contemporary software peer review practices},
  author={Peter C. Rigby and Christian Bird},
  booktitle={ESEC/SIGSOFT FSE},
  year={2013}
}
Software peer review is practiced on a diverse set of software projects that have drastically different settings, cultures, incentive systems, and time pressures. In an effort to characterize and understand these differences we examine two Google-led projects, Android and Chromium OS, three Microsoft projects, Bing, Office, and MS SQL, and projects internal to AMD. We contrast our findings with data taken from traditional software inspection conducted on a Lucent project and from open source… CONTINUE READING
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