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Uncovering Latent Social Communities in Software Development
By Damian A. Tamburri,Patricia Lago,Hans van Vliet
Issue Date:January 2013
Software development is increasingly carried out by developer communities in a global setting. One way to prepare for development success is to uncover and harmonize these communities to exploit their collective, collaborative potential. A proposed decisio...
On the Nature of GSE Organizational Social Structures: An Empirical Study
2012 7th IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE)
By Damian A. Tamburri,Patricia Lago,Hans Van Vliet,Elisabetta di Nitto
Issue Date:August 2012
In Global Software Engineering (GSE), people are organized in teams, distanced in space, time and culture. Organizational research calls this interplay of people an Organizational Social Structure (OSS). Previous literature in GSE shows that its OSS is hig...
Satisfying Cloud Computing Requirements with Agile Service Networks
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By Damian A. Tamburri,Patricia Lago
Issue Date:July 2011
Cloud computing is an emerging paradigm able of flexibly offering IT resources and services over the Internet. Cloud computing's high flexibility needs novel software engineering approaches, and technologies to deliver agile, flexible, scalable yet secure ...
Architecting in Networked Organizations
2014 IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA)
By Damian A. Tamburri,Patricia Lago,Christoph Dorn,Rich Hilliard
Issue Date:April 2014
The context of software architecting increasingly reflects webs of IT companies pooling resources together for software development. What results is a networked organization, populated by heterogeneous development communities connected via internet. How do...
Organizational social structures for software engineering
Found in: ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR)
By Damian A. Tamburri, Patricia Lago, Hans van Vliet
Issue Date:October 2013
Software engineering evolved from a rigid process to a dynamic interplay of people (e.g., stakeholders or developers). Organizational and social literature call this interplay an Organizational Social Structure (OSS). Software practitioners still lack a sy...
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