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September/October 2009 (vol. 26 no. 5)
pp. 16-17
Andrew J. Ko, University of Washington
Robin Abraham, Microsoft
Margaret M. Burnett, Oregon State University
Brad A. Myers, Carnegie Mellon University
Millions of people program to support their work but don't call themselves programmers. The field of end-user software engineering is concerned with helping these people create reliable, dependable, and reusable programs, without distracting them from their primary tasks. This special issue of IEEE Software presents a selection of research from this field, providing a glimpse of some of the exciting advances made in past 10 years of research and development.

1. C. Scaffidi, M. Shaw, and B. Myers, "Estimating the Numbers of End Users and End User Programmers," Proc. 2005 IEEE Symp. Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC 05), IEEE CS Press, 2005, pp. 207–214.

Index Terms:
software engineering, reliability, end-user programming
Citation:
Andrew J. Ko, Robin Abraham, Margaret M. Burnett, Brad A. Myers, "Guest Editors' Introduction: End-User Software Engineering," IEEE Software, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 16-17, Sept.-Oct. 2009, doi:10.1109/MS.2009.129
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