Knowledge sharing for common understanding of technical specifications through artifactual culture

@inproceedings{Zahedi2014KnowledgeSF,
  title={Knowledge sharing for common understanding of technical specifications through artifactual culture},
  author={Mansooreh Zahedi and Muhammad Ali Babar},
  booktitle={EASE '14},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mansooreh Zahedi, Muhammad Ali Babar
  • Published in EASE '14 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Context: Software engineering is a knowledge intensive activity that is supported by documenting and sharing the required knowledge through a wide variety of artifacts. Global Software Development (GSD) teams heavily rely on artifacts as a vital means of knowledge sharing. However, there is little empirical knowledge about the key reasons and practices of using artifacts in GSD for knowledge sharing to support common understanding of technical specifications. Objective: This study aims at… CONTINUE READING

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