Mutual assessment in the social programmer ecosystem: an empirical investigation of developer profile aggregators

@inproceedings{Singer2013MutualAI,
  title={Mutual assessment in the social programmer ecosystem: an empirical investigation of developer profile aggregators},
  author={Leif Singer and Fernando Marques Figueira Filho and Brendan Cleary and Christoph Treude and Margaret-Anne D. Storey and Kurt Schneider},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2013}
}
The multitude of social media channels that programmers can use to participate in software development has given rise to online developer profiles that aggregate activity across many services. Studying members of such developer profile aggregators, we found an ecosystem that revolves around the social programmer. Developers are assessing each other to evaluate whether other developers are interesting, worth following, or worth collaborating with. They are self-conscious about being assessed… CONTINUE READING
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