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Valentina Lenarduzzi´s Colloquium on Technical Debt at the University of Milano-Bicocca

Valentina Lenarduzzi has been invited to present her research on “Technical Debt Analysis and Prioritization” at the at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Valentina is currently collaborating with prof. Francesca Arcelli Fontana on Technical Debt focusing on architectural issues role such … Continue reading

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Andrea Janes Colloquium on “Non-distracting, Continuous Collection of Software Development Process Data.”

At the Laboratory of Pervasive Computing, we were honored to receive another international speaker in our colloquium series this year. Andrea Janes assistant professor presented his ongoing research at the Free university of Bolzano-Bozen (Italy).  Specifically, his research interests include continuous monitoring of software … Continue reading

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Davide Taibi’ Colloquium on Microservices at the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Davide Taibi has been invited to present his research on Cloud Software Engineering at the Service Prototyping Lab of the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Colloquium on “Microservice migration: motivations, patterns and antipatterns” He presented the research carried out … Continue reading

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Research Visit: University of Bristol

I had an opportunity to visit for a Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) at University of Bristol during week 16 (18.04-22.04). The visit was funded by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) Action IC1403 Cryptacus. The title was “Side … Continue reading

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Educational Datamining in Australia, part III

I think I have almost recovered from my jetlag and it is time to publish the final part of this travel trilogy. Considering these circumstances, it was hard to stay inside for work but I managed to get my SPSS … Continue reading

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Educational Datamining in Australia, part II

To be able to dive into the world of educational datamining, I had gotten an interesting dataset from a colleague in Helsinki University. It included anonymized data from their introductory programming course. I’m lucky to have many colleagues who were … Continue reading

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Educational Datamining in Australia, part I

Having received an order to travel somewhere, I headed Australia on the 7th October. My first destination was Sydney. After my dissertation I have mainly concentrated on teaching development but now I have this extraordinary opportunity to familiarize myself with … Continue reading

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