Towards understanding twitter use in software engineering: preliminary findings, ongoing challenges and future questions

@inproceedings{Bougie2011TowardsUT,
  title={Towards understanding twitter use in software engineering: preliminary findings, ongoing challenges and future questions},
  author={Gargi Bougie and Jamie Starke and Margaret-Anne Storey and Daniel M. Germ{\'a}n},
  booktitle={Web2SE '11},
  year={2011}
}
There has been some research conducted around the motivation for the use of Twitter and the value brought by micro-blogging tools to individuals and business environments. This paper builds on our understanding of how the phenomenon affects the population which birthed the technology: Software Engineers. We find that the Software Engineering community extensively leverages Twitter's capabilities for conversation and information sharing and that use of the tool is notably different between… CONTINUE READING
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