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ICSE 2021
Mon 17 May - Sat 5 June 2021
Tue 25 May 2021 19:00 - 21:00 at SRC Room 2 - SRC Poster Session 2 Chair(s): Aurora Ramírez, Sergio Segura

Continuous practices are a staple of the modern-day software development workflow. Automation, in particular, is widely adopted due to its benefits related to quality and productivity. However, automation, similarly to all other aspects of the software development workflow, interacts with humans (in this case developers). While some work has investigated the impact of automation on developers, it is not clear to what extent context and process influence that impact. We present our ADEPT theory of developers and automation, in an attempt to bridge this gap and identify the possible ways context, process, and other factors may influence how developers perceive, interpret, and interact with automation.

Investigating the Interplay between Developers and Automation - Poster (automation_poster.pdf)168KiB

I am a software engineering researcher who studies how automation, and the practices built around it, impact software developers and their development workflow. I investigate the socio-technical systems facilitated by automating aspects of the software development process in an attempt to improve existing automation-enabled workflows as well as explore new ones.

Conference Day
Tue 25 May

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19:00 - 21:00
SRC Poster Session 2SRC - ACM Student Research Competition at SRC Room 2
Chair(s): Aurora RamírezUniversity of Córdoba, Sergio SeguraUniversidad de Sevilla
19:00
2h
Poster
NodeSRT: A Selective Regression Testing Tool for Node.js ApplicationACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Yufeng ChenUniversity of British Columbia
Pre-print
19:00
2h
Poster
Investigating the Interplay between Developers and AutomationACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Omar ElazharyUniversity of Victoria
Pre-print File Attached
19:00
2h
Poster
WebEvo: Taming Web Application Evolution via Semantic Structure Change DetectionACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Fei ShaoCase Western Reserve University
19:00
2h
Poster
Understanding the Challenges and Assisting Developers with Developing Spark ApplicationsACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Zehao WangConcordia University, Montreal, Canada
Pre-print File Attached
19:00
2h
Poster
Automation and evaluation of mutation testing for the new C++ standardsACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Miguel Ángel Álvarez-GarcíaUniversidad de Cádiz
Pre-print
19:00
2h
Poster
ProMal: Precise Window Transition Graphs for Android via Synergy of Program Analysis and Machine LearningACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Changlin LiuCase Western Reserve University
19:00
2h
Poster
Microservice-based performance problem detection in Cyber-Physical System software updatesACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
19:00
2h
Poster
Please Don’t Go - Increasing Women’s Participation in Open Source SoftwareACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Bianca TrinkenreichNorthern of Arizona Univeristy
Pre-print
19:00
2h
Poster
Explainable Bug Prediction for Code Changes: Are We There Yet?ACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Reem AleithanYork University, Canada
19:00
2h
Poster
A Better Approach to Track the Evolution of Static Code WarningsACM SRC
SRC - ACM Student Research Competition
Pre-print File Attached