Software Engineering Practices and Tool Support: an exploratory study in New Zealand
Keywords: software engineering, New Zealand, practitioners, interview
AbstractThis study was designed as a preliminary investigation of the practices of software engineers within New Zealand, including their use of development tools. The project involved a review of relevant literature on software engineering and CASE tools, the development and testing of an interview protocol, and structured interviews with five software engineers. This paper describes the project, presents the findings, examines the results in the context of the literature and outlines on-going funded work involving a larger survey.
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Phillips, C., & Alam, J. (1). Software Engineering Practices and Tool Support: an exploratory study in New Zealand. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v11i1.138
Copyright (c) 1969 Chris Phillips, Jamie Alam
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