Supporting distributed software development by modes of collaboration

  title={Supporting distributed software development by modes of collaboration},
  author={Till Sch{\"u}mmer and J{\"o}rg M. Haake},
Work processes in team based software development need to be structured to minimise and resolve conflicting or divergent work. Current software development methodologies propose ways for dividing the whole task of software development between team members. This paper suggests a different way of working by introducing modes of collaboration (MoCs), which support concurrent and collaborative work. A MoC defines how tight two people can work together and how much the rest of the group can demand… CONTINUE READING
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