Hillel Wayne & Laurent Bossavit - Is It All Built on Sand - What Do We Actually Know About Software Development?

Hillel Wayne & Laurent Bossavit - Is It All Built on Sand - What Do We Actually Know About Software Development?

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We all have some ideas about what works in software engineering
and what doesn’t. But without real evidence and data that is just
an opinion. Empirical software engineering tries to answer the
question of what can be proven to work in software development.
In this episode, Hillel Wayne and Laurent Bossavit will talk
about what we know about software development, what we don’t know
- and the myths about it i.e. what we think we know but really
don’t.


Links


Laurent’s Book “The Leprechauns of Software Development”

Derek M. Jones: Evidence-based Software Engineering: based on
the publicly available data

Hillel’s talk “What We Know We Don’t Know”

Hillel’s consulting



Additional Links


How students learn

Reframing the Liskov substitution principle through the
lens of testing

Executable Examples for Programming Problem Comprehension



What we know

It Will Never Work in Theory: Short summaries of recent
results in empirical software engineering research

Fixing Faults in C and Java Source Code: Abbreviated vs.
Full-word Identifier Names

Recurring opinions or productive improvements—what agile
teams actually discuss in retrospectives

Andy Oram, Greg Wilson: Making Software



Code Reviews

Expectations, Outcomes, and Challenges Of Modern Code
Review

Characteristics of Useful Code Reviews: An Empirical
Study at Microsoft



Criticism of existing reasearch

Hillel about “This is How Science Happens” - criticism of
a code minin paper

Hillel’s newsletter: I **ing hate Science



Hillel about “Are We Really Engineers?”

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