SkillsCast coming soon.
he implementation of software systems contain many awkward truths and companies don't want academics poking around looking for something interesting to publish a paper about. The result has been an almost complete disconnect between academic published research on software engineering and real-life practices. Open source, plus associated bug lists and developer mailing lists has provided the raw material needed to give birth to the new field of software engineering as it is done for production systems. This talk will discuss what researchers have discovered in the last 10 years and what might be discovered in the coming years.
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Empirical software engineering will soon be 10 years old.
Derek used to write compilers that translated what people wrote, and then moved on to analysing code to try to work out what they intended to write. These days he is analysing all the publicly available software engineering data.