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Andre Oboler, David McG. Squire and Kevin B. Korb, Software Engineering for Computer Science Research – Facilitating Improved Research Outcomes, International Journal of Computer and Information Science

The development process used by researchers often seems to be random and unsystematic. A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is often not considered, internal commenting is scarce, and external documentation takes the form of erasure marks left on whiteboards. Configuration … Continue reading

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Andre Oboler, David McG. Squire and Kevin B. Korb, Why don’t we practice what we teach? Engineering Software for Computer Science Research in Academia, Tech. Report 2003/139, School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Monash University

The development process used by researchers often seems to be random and unsystematic. A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is often not considered, internal commenting is scarce, and external documentation take the form of erasure marks left on whiteboards. Configuration … Continue reading

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Andre Oboler, David McG. Squire and Kevin B. Korb, Why don’t we practice what we teach? Engineering Software for Computer Science Research in Academia, ICSERA’03

The development process used by academic researchers often seems unsystematic. A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is seldom considered, commenting is scarce, and external documentation consists of erasure marks left on whiteboards. Configuration management is paid lip-service, but is not … Continue reading

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