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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Italy
1 × Switzerland
1 × USA
Collaborated with:
E.R.Murphy-Hill R.Pandita S.Heckman T.Barik Y.Song R.W.Bowdidge R.Angell Y.Brun A.Meliou J.Smith B.Chu H.R.Lipford J.S.0001 D.Ford S.Elder C.Sadowski
Talks about:
tool (6) analysi (5) develop (3) static (3) softwar (2) program (2) studi (2) notif (2) news (2) find (2)

Person: Brittany Johnson

DBLP DBLP: Johnson:Brittany

Contributed to:

ESEC/FSE 20152015
ICSE 20132013
ICSE 20122012
FSE 20162016
ESEC/FSE 20182018

Wrote 8 papers:

ESEC-FSE-2015-BarikJM #research #social
I heart hacker news: expanding qualitative research findings by analyzing social news websites (TB, BJ, ERMH), pp. 882–885.
ESEC-FSE-2015-JohnsonPMH #adaptation #concept #developer #tool support
Bespoke tools: adapted to the concepts developers know (BJ, RP, ERMH, SH), pp. 878–881.
ESEC-FSE-2015-SmithJMCL #developer #security #static analysis
Questions developers ask while diagnosing potential security vulnerabilities with static analysis (JS, BJ, ERMH, BC, HRL), pp. 248–259.
ICSE-2013-Johnson04a #comprehension #program analysis
Novice understanding of program analysis tool notifications (BJ), pp. 1432–1434.
ICSE-2013-JohnsonSMB #debugging #developer #question #static analysis #tool support #why
Why don’t software developers use static analysis tools to find bugs? (BJ, YS, ERMH, RWB), pp. 672–681.
ICSE-2012-Johnson #case study #question #static analysis #tool support #using #why
A study on improving static analysis tools: Why are we not using them? (BJ), pp. 1607–1609.
FSE-2016-JohnsonPSFEMHS #communication #program analysis
A cross-tool communication study on program analysis tool notifications (BJ, RP, JS0, DF, SE, ERMH, SH, CS), pp. 73–84.
ESEC-FSE-2018-AngellJBM #automation #named #testing
Themis: automatically testing software for discrimination (RA, BJ, YB, AM), pp. 871–875.

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