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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × Greece
1 × India
1 × Italy
1 × United Kingdom
3 × Germany
5 × Canada
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
C.Görg S.Rugaber E.R.Murphy-Hill A.Orso R.DeLine D.Ford S.Mirhosseini E.Horton A.Elliott B.Peiris Q.Wang C.Treude M.D.Storey C.Bird A.P.Black O.Nnadi J.S.0001 P.J.Guo T.Barik J.Siegmund C.Kästner S.Apel A.Bethmann A.Brechmann J.Jones Avik Sinharoy Ashok K. Goel 0001 T.Leich G.Saake N.Peitek J.Hofmeister A.Begel
Talks about:
program (6) task (5) develop (4) code (4) interrupt (3) softwar (3) visual (3) lightweight (2) understand (2) comprehens (2)

♂ Person: Chris Parnin

DBLP DBLP: Parnin:Chris

Facilitated 1 volumes:

MSR 2014PrCo

Contributed to:

ICSE 20152015
ISSTA 20152015
ICSE 20142014
ICPC 20132013
ICPC 20122012
ICPC 20112011
ISSTA 20112011
MSR 20112011
CHI 20102010
SOFTVIS 20102010
ICPC 20092009
ICPC 20092011
ICSE 20092009
MSR 20082008
SOFTVIS 20082008
VISSOFT 20072007
ICPC 20062006
MSR 20062006
SOFTVIS 20062006
FSE 20162016
ASE 20172017
ESEC/FSE 20172017
ESEC/FSE 20182018
ASE 20192019
AIIDE 20092009

Wrote 26 papers:

ICSE-v2-2015-ElliottPP #artificial reality #challenge #re-engineering
Virtual Reality in Software Engineering: Affordances, Applications, and Challenges (AE, BP, CP), pp. 547–550.
ISSTA-2015-WangPO #fault #locality
Evaluating the usefulness of IR-based fault localization techniques (QW, CP, AO), pp. 1–11.
ICSE-2014-SiegmundKAPBLSB #comprehension #functional #source code
Understanding understanding source code with functional magnetic resonance imaging (JS, CK, SA, CP, AB, TL, GS, AB), pp. 378–389.
ICPC-2013-ParninTS #challenge #developer
Blogging developer knowledge: Motivations, challenges, and future directions (CP, CT, MADS), pp. 211–214.
ICPC-2012-ParninR #memory management
Programmer information needs after memory failure (CP, SR), pp. 123–132.
ICPC-2011-Parnin #developer #named #towards
Subvocalization — Toward Hearing the Inner Thoughts of Developers (CP), pp. 197–200.
ISSTA-2011-ParninO #automation #debugging #question
Are automated debugging techniques actually helping programmers? (CP, AO), pp. 199–209.
MSR-2011-ParninBM #how #java
Java generics adoption: how new features are introduced, championed, or ignored (CP, CB, ERMH), pp. 3–12.
CHI-2010-ParninD #programming
Evaluating cues for resuming interrupted programming tasks (CP, RD), pp. 93–102.
SOFTVIS-2010-ParninGR #interactive #maintenance #named #programming
CodePad: interactive spaces for maintaining concentration in programming environments (CP, CG, SR), pp. 15–24.
ICPC-2009-ParninGR #named
TaskBoard: Tracking pertinent task artifacts and plans (CP, CG, SR), pp. 317–318.
ICPC-2009-ParninR #programming
Resumption strategies for interrupted programming tasks (CP, SR), pp. 80–89.
ICPC-J-2009-ParninR11 #programming
Resumption strategies for interrupted programming tasks (CP, SR), pp. 5–34.
ICSE-2009-Murphy-HillPB #how
How we refactor, and how we know it (ERMH, CP, APB), pp. 287–297.
Improving change descriptions with change contexts (CP, CG), pp. 51–60.
SOFTVIS-2008-ParninGN #lightweight #smell #visualisation
A catalogue of lightweight visualizations to support code smell inspection (CP, CG, ON), pp. 77–86.
VISSOFT-2007-ParninG #design #guidelines #visualisation
Design Guidelines for Ambient Software Visualization in the Workplace (CP, CG), pp. 18–25.
ICPC-2006-ParninG #comprehension
Building Usage Contexts During Program Comprehension (CP, CG), pp. 13–22.
MSR-2006-ParninGR #interactive
Enriching revision history with interactions (CP, CG, SR), pp. 155–158.
SOFTVIS-2006-ParninG #lightweight #smell #visualisation
Lightweight visualizations for inspecting code smells (CP, CG), pp. 171–172.
FSE-2016-FordSGP #identification #stack overflow
Paradise unplugged: identifying barriers for female participation on stack overflow (DF, JS0, PJG, CP), pp. 846–857.
ASE-2017-MirhosseiniP #automation #dependence #developer #question
Can automated pull requests encourage software developers to upgrade out-of-date dependencies? (SM, CP), pp. 84–94.
ESEC-FSE-2017-SiegmundPPAHKBB #comprehension #performance
Measuring neural efficiency of program comprehension (JS, NP, CP, SA, JH, CK, AB, AB, AB), pp. 140–150.
ESEC-FSE-2018-BarikFMP #compilation #developer #how #problem #question
How should compilers explain problems to developers? (TB, DF, ERMH, CP), pp. 633–643.
ASE-2019-HortonP #detection #named #performance #python
V2: Fast Detection of Configuration Drift in Python (EH, CP), pp. 477–488.
AIIDE-2009-JonesPSRG #adaptation #game studies #requirements
Adapting Game-Playing Agents to Game Requirements (JJ, CP, AS, SR, AKG0).

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