Category Archives: ICSE

What are your ICSE 2010 highlights?

For those of you who made it all the way to Cape Town to attend to ICSE and its workshops: what did the rest of us miss? Are there any papers or talks you found particularly interesting? I’ve been looking … Continue reading

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“Human Aspects” and ICSE 2010

The International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) is less than a month away. I will miss it this time —I didn’t submit any papers, and it will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, so it’s too far to go … Continue reading

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ICSE 2009 highlights

Here’s the list of my highlights from ICSE 2009. It is, of course, a very partial list, focused on the “human” or “soft” or “cooperative” or “whatever-its-name-is” side of software development that interests me. The CHASE workshop The Cooperative and … Continue reading

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The Secret Life of Bugs: a brief summary

Well, my ICSE talk has come and gone, and I’m very happy with it and with the feedback I got. Now, with the talk behind, I feel it’s a good idea to give a brief summary of what the paper … Continue reading

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My ICSE 2007 picks

Before letting the ICSE 2007 topic to rest, I wanted to write some notes about some papers that I found satisfying and relevant to my research interests. ICSE is a huge conference, and although it has something for everyone, it’s … Continue reading

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Ed Yourdon on the Peopleware panel

Ed Yourdon, one of the participants of the ICSE Peopleware panel I blogged about, has an extremely informative description of the panel’s discussion in his blog. Here’s an insightful bit: During the panel, Tom DeMarco half-jokingly blamed Barry Boehm (another … Continue reading

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ICSE 2007, Day 3 (and last)

Some pointers to interesting research presented on the third –and last– day of the International Conference on Software Engineering: Information needs of software teams: Andrew Ko reported on a nice paper about the kinds of information needed by developers in … Continue reading

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