SSE 2016 Program

Room Emerald3, 3rd floor

09:00‑09:15 Session I: Opening
Andrew Begel, Fabio Calefato, Christoph Treude
Microsoft Research, USA; University of Bari, Italy; University of Adelaide, Australia

09:15‑10:30 Keynote Speech
Session chair: Andy

Should We Take a Human-Centric View of Software Engineering by Adopting a Socio-Technical Perspective?
Jim Herbsleb, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Abstract & short bio

10:30‑11:00 Coffee break

11:00‑12:30 Session II: Paper presentations
(23 min talk + 2 min questions)

Session chair: Fabio
  • Understanding Git History: a Multi-sense View
    Kevin J. North, Anita Sarma and Myra B. Cohen
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA; Oregon State University, USA; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
  • VDML4RS: a tool for reputation systems modeling and design
    Lorenzo Bettini, Sara Capecchi
    University of Firenze, Italy; University of Torino, Italy
  • On the Impact of Social Network Information Diversity of End-User Programming Productivity: A Foraging-Theoretic Study
    Xiaoyu Jin, Nan Niu, Michael Wagner
    University of Cincinnati, USA; University of Cincinnati, USA; Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA
  • Open discussion (15 min.)
12:30‑14:00 Lunch break

14:00‑15:30 Session III: Invited talks
(30 minutes, 15 min question & open discussion)

Session chair: Chris
15:30‑16:00 Coffee break

16:00‑17:00 Session IV: Brainstorming
  • How should we study social-enhanced developer experiences?
  • What kinds of new social-enhanced developer experiences should we design?
17:00‑17:15 Closing
  • Summary of discussion and feedback
18:00 Social dinner at Tango Restaurant and Lounge
Meet up at 17:45 in the hotel lobby (cost will be split across all diners)