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What Information Would You Like to Know about Your Co-worker? A Case Study
Found in: Global Software Engineering, International Conference on
By Gabriela N. Aranda, Aurora Vizcaíno, Ramón R. Palacio, Alberto L. Morán
Issue Date:August 2010
pp. 135-144
The lack of face-to-face interaction in Distributed Software Development (DSD) projects is a great obstacle for informal communication, which is the way in which we normally discover more about the co-workers along with building trust. Since we are attempt...
Collaborative Working Spheres as support for starting collaboration in distributed software development
Found in: International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design
By Ramon R. Palacio, Alberto L. Moran, Victor M. Gonzalez, Aurora Vizcaino
Issue Date:April 2009
pp. 636-641
One important tendency in software development has been the globalization of its industry. Software developers are frequently required to work in groups which are distributed throughout multiple geographic locations. People and processes (e.g. software des...
Providing Support for Starting Collaboration in Distributed Software Development: A Multi-agent Approach
Found in: Computer Science and Information Engineering, World Congress on
By Ramón R. Palacio, Alberto L. Morán, Víctor M. González, Aurora Vizcaíno
Issue Date:April 2009
pp. 397-401
Developing a system to provide support for distributed software developers (DSD) to get into collaboration is very complicated. On the first hand, it is necessary to know the characteristics of their daily work activities. On the other hand, technical aspe...
Knowledge Flow as Facilitator for Getting into Collaboration in Distributed Software Development
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Ramon R. Palacio, Alberto L. Moran, Aurora Vizcaino, Victor M. Gonzalez
Issue Date:January 2011
pp. 1-10
The software industry is facing a paradigm shift towards distributed software development (DSD). This change creates situations from which organizations may benefit, and challenges to which they must adapt to (e.g. the absence of opportunities for informal...