Software technologies skills: A graph-based study to capture their associations and dynamics

@article{Georgiou2019SoftwareTS,
  title={Software technologies skills: A graph-based study to capture their associations and dynamics},
  author={Konstantinos Georgiou and Maria Papoutsoglou and Athena Vakali and Lefteris Angelis},
  journal={Proceedings of the 9th Balkan Conference on Informatics},
  year={2019}
}
Software design and development technologies evolve very fast and in unpredicted rates, posing many challenges for programmers who strive to use them properly and to be up-to-date, especially since software development demands teamwork and collaboration. As a result, Question and Answer (Q&A) sites, like Stack Overflow, have seen large growth. The questions are characterized by tags, which support developers to easily trace their topic of interest. Very often, these tags refer to technologies… 

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