Human-Centric Development of Software Tools: Dagstuhl Seminar Report now published

January 29, 2016 at 8:02 am Leave a comment

I wrote about this seminar when I attended (see post here) — the report has now been posted.  I grimace a bit in sharing this since the title of my paragraph has a mis-spelling in it…Sigh.

Over two and half days, over 30 participants engaged in inventing and evaluating programming and software engineering tools from a human rather than tool perspective. We discussed methods, theories, recruitment, research questions, and community issues such as methods training and reviewing. This report is a summary of the key insights generated in the workshop.

Source: DROPS – Human-Centric Development of Software Tools (Dagstuhl Seminar 15222)

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