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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × India
1 × Ireland
1 × Italy
1 × Portugal
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
C.Treude M.D.Storey L.Singer U.Kulesza K.Schneider L.Leite J.Lima M.Salois R.Pham O.Liskin A.Zagalsky D.M.Germán B.Cleary
Talks about:
develop (5) softwar (3) social (2) assess (2) engin (2) exploratori (1) understand (1) repositori (1) ecosystem (1) dashboard (1)

Person: Fernando Marques Figueira Filho

DBLP DBLP: Filho:Fernando_Marques_Figueira

Contributed to:

ESEC/FSE 20152015
ICSME 20152015
ICSE 20142014
CSCW 20132013
ICSE 20132013
WCRE 20112011
GTTSE 20152015

Wrote 8 papers:

ESEC-FSE-2015-LeiteTF #commit #named
UEDashboard: awareness of unusual events in commit histories (LL, CT, FMFF), pp. 978–981.
ESEC-FSE-2015-TreudeFK #development #process
Summarizing and measuring development activity (CT, FMFF, UK), pp. 625–636.
ICSME-2015-LimaTFK #developer #metric #repository
Assessing developer contribution with repository mining-based metrics (JL, CT, FMFF, UK), pp. 536–540.
ICSE-2014-SingerFS #developer #how #re-engineering #twitter #using
Software engineering at the speed of light: how developers stay current using twitter (LS, FMFF, MADS), pp. 211–221.
CSCW-2013-SingerFCTSS #assessment #developer #ecosystem #empirical #social
Mutual assessment in the social programmer ecosystem: an empirical investigation of developer profile aggregators (LS, FMFF, BC, CT, MADS, KS), pp. 103–116.
ICSE-2013-PhamSLFS #comprehension #social #testing
Creating a shared understanding of testing culture on a social coding site (RP, LS, OL, FMFF, KS), pp. 112–121.
WCRE-2011-TreudeFSS #case study #reverse engineering #security
An Exploratory Study of Software Reverse Engineering in a Security Context (CT, FMFF, MADS, MS), pp. 184–188.
GTTSE-2015-SingerSFZG #development #people
People Analytics in Software Development (LS, MADS, FMFF, AZ, DMG), pp. 124–153.

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