Category Archives: CSCW

Human Side of Software Engineering blog

Janice Singer, a researcher at the National Research Council of Canada, has a new blog out to discuss the human side of software engineering. I know it’ll be interesting; if you’re into this make sure to check it out. In … Continue reading

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One more link to the Web 2.0 video

Since I was underwater for the past couple of weeks, I barely had a chance to write about this video. It’s now been linked to by practically every blog on the planet but mine. In case you haven’t seen it, … Continue reading

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CSCW 2006 Roundup

Just returned yesterday from the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) conference, which took place in gorgeous Banff, Alberta. Here’s a brief summary of cool stuff presented there: The Social Side of Software Development Workshop – One of the highlights for … Continue reading

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The Junior-Senior Suck Up

Yesterday, at a reception of the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) conference in Banff, Alberta, a senior researcher (that I’m not sure wants to be named) told me about how he has so much fun at these conferences watching what … Continue reading

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