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ICSE 2022
Sun 8 - Fri 27 May 2022
Thu 12 May 2022 22:25 - 22:30 at ICSE room 1-even hours - Human Aspects of SE 4 Chair(s): Ann Barcomb
Fri 13 May 2022 13:15 - 13:20 at ICSE room 2-odd hours - Human Aspects of SE 7 Chair(s): Kiev Gama
Fri 27 May 2022 09:00 - 09:05 at Room 304+305 - Papers 17: Human Aspects of SE 1 Chair(s): Birgit Penzenstadler

While the long term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on software professionals and organizations are difficult to predict, it seems likely that working from home, remote-first teams, distributed teams, and hybrid (part-remote/part-office) teams will be more common. It is therefore important to investigating challenges associated with new remote and hybrid work for software teams and organizations. Consequently, this paper reports a year-long participant-observation grounded theory study, and presents the resulting theory of software team coordination. Briefly, coordination depends on group cohesion, trust, communication and family responsibilities, while poor coordination leads to misunderstandings, help requests, dissatisfaction, ill-defined tasks, method engineering and reductions in overall software project success.

A Grounded Theory of Coordination in Remote-First and Hybrid Software Teams (A Grounded Theory of Coordination.pptx)5.26MiB

Thu 12 May

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22:00 - 23:00
Human Aspects of SE 4Technical Track / SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training / SEIS - Software Engineering in Society / Journal-First Papers at ICSE room 1-even hours
Chair(s): Ann Barcomb Department of Electrical and Software Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary
22:00
5m
Talk
A Tale of Two Cities: Software Developers Working from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Journal-First Papers
Denae Ford Microsoft Research, Margaret-Anne Storey University of Victoria, Thomas Zimmermann Microsoft Research, Christian Bird Microsoft Research, Sonia Jaffe Microsoft, Chandra Maddila Microsoft Research, Jenna L. Butler Microsoft Research, Brian Houck Microsoft Research, Nachiappan Nagappan Microsoft Research
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22:05
5m
Talk
Individual differences limit predicting well-being and productivity using software repositories: a longitudinal industrial study
Journal-First Papers
Miikka Kuutila University of Oulu, Mika Mäntylä University of Oulu, Maëlick Claes University of Oulu, Marko Elovainio University of Helsinki, Bram Adams Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
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22:10
5m
Talk
"Can You Help Me?" An Experience Report of Teamwork in a Game Coding Camp for Autistic High School Students
SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training
Makayla Moster Clemson University, Ella Kokinda Clemson University, Matthew Re Clemson University, James Dominic Clemson University, Jason Lehmann Aspiritech, Andrew Begel Microsoft Research, Paige Rodeghero Clemson University
Pre-print Media Attached
22:15
5m
Talk
Can Pre-class GitHub Contributions Predict Success by Student Teams?
SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training
Jialin Cui North Carolina State University, Runqiu Zhang University of Virginia, Ruochi Li North Carolina State University, Kaida Lou North Carolina State University, Chengyuan Liu North Carolina State University, Yunkai Xiao North Carolina State University, Qinjin Jia North Carolina State University, Edward Gehringer North Carolina State University
DOI Pre-print Media Attached
22:20
5m
Talk
Attracting and Retaining OSS contributors with a Maintainer Dashboard
SEIS - Software Engineering in Society
Mariam Guizani Oregon State University, Thomas Zimmermann Microsoft Research, Anita Sarma Oregon State University, Denae Ford Microsoft Research
Pre-print Media Attached
22:25
5m
Talk
A Grounded Theory of Coordination in Remote-First and Hybrid Software TeamsNominated for Distinguished Paper
Technical Track
Ronnie E. de Souza Santos Dalhousie University, Paul Ralph Dalhousie University
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Fri 13 May

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13:00 - 14:00
Human Aspects of SE 7NIER - New Ideas and Emerging Results / Technical Track / Journal-First Papers at ICSE room 2-odd hours
Chair(s): Kiev Gama Federal University of Pernambuco
13:00
5m
Talk
Including Everyone, Everywhere: Understanding Opportunities and Challenges of Geographic Gender-Inclusion in OSS
Journal-First Papers
Gede Artha Azriadi Prana Singapore Management University, Denae Ford Microsoft Research, Ayushi Rastogi University of Groningen, The Netherlands, Rahul Purandare IIIT-Delhi, Nachiappan Nagappan Microsoft Research, David Lo Singapore Management University
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13:05
5m
Talk
Assessing Practitioner Beliefs about Software Engineering
Journal-First Papers
Shrikanth N C North Carolina State University, William R. Nichols Carnegie Mellon University/Software Engineering Institute, Fahmid Morshed Fahid North Carolina State University, Tim Menzies North Carolina State University
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13:10
5m
Talk
Investigating User Perceptions of Conversational Agents for Software-related Exploratory Web Search
NIER - New Ideas and Emerging Results
Matthew Frazier University of Delaware, Shaayal Kumar University of Delaware, Kostadin Damevski Virginia Commonwealth University, Lori Pollock University of Delaware
DOI Pre-print Media Attached
13:15
5m
Talk
A Grounded Theory of Coordination in Remote-First and Hybrid Software TeamsNominated for Distinguished Paper
Technical Track
Ronnie E. de Souza Santos Dalhousie University, Paul Ralph Dalhousie University
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13:20
5m
Talk
Social Science Theories in Software Engineering Research
Technical Track
Tobias Lorey University of Innsbruck, Paul Ralph Dalhousie University, Michael Felderer University of Innsbruck
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Fri 27 May

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09:00 - 10:30
09:00
5m
Talk
A Grounded Theory of Coordination in Remote-First and Hybrid Software TeamsNominated for Distinguished Paper
Technical Track
Ronnie E. de Souza Santos Dalhousie University, Paul Ralph Dalhousie University
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09:05
5m
Talk
A Comparison of Natural Language Understanding Platforms for Chatbots in Software Engineering
Journal-First Papers
Ahmad Abdellatif Concordia University, Khaled Badran Concordia University, Diego Costa Concordia University, Canada, Emad Shihab Concordia University
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09:10
5m
Talk
Hashing It Out: A Survey of Programmers’ Cannabis Usage, Perception, and Motivation
Technical Track
Madeline Endres University of Michigan, Kevin Boehnke University of Michigan, Westley Weimer University of Michigan
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09:15
5m
Talk
Bots for Pull Requests: The Good, the Bad, and the Promising
Technical Track
Mairieli Wessel Delft University of Technology, Ahmad Abdellatif Concordia University, Igor Wiese Federal University of Technology - Paraná (UTFPR), Tayana Conte Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Emad Shihab Concordia University, Marco Gerosa Northern Arizona University, USA, Igor Steinmacher Federal University of Technology - Paraná / Northern Arizona University
Pre-print
09:20
5m
Talk
"Can You Help Me?" An Experience Report of Teamwork in a Game Coding Camp for Autistic High School Students
SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training
Makayla Moster Clemson University, Ella Kokinda Clemson University, Matthew Re Clemson University, James Dominic Clemson University, Jason Lehmann Aspiritech, Andrew Begel Microsoft Research, Paige Rodeghero Clemson University
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09:25
5m
Talk
Student-Sponsored Projects in a Capstone Course: Reflections and Lessons Learned
SEET - Software Engineering Education and Training
Ethan Bütt University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Suzette Person University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Christopher Bohn University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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09:30
5m
Talk
An Empirical Investigation on the Challenges Faced by Women in the Software Industry: A Case StudySEIS-track Award
SEIS - Software Engineering in Society
Bianca Trinkenreich Northern of Arizona Univeristy, Ricardo Britto Ericsson / Blekinge Institute of Technology, Marco Gerosa Northern Arizona University, USA, Igor Steinmacher Federal University of Technology - Paraná / Northern Arizona University
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09:35
5m
Talk
Detecting Interpersonal Conflict in Issues and Code Review: Cross Pollinating Open- and Closed-Source Approaches
SEIS - Software Engineering in Society
Huilian Sophie Qiu Carnegie Mellon University, USA, Bogdan Vasilescu Carnegie Mellon University, USA, Christian Kästner Carnegie Mellon University, Carolyn Egelman Google, Ciera Jaspan , Emerson Murphy-Hill Google
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Thu 12 May 2022 22:00 - 23:00 at ICSE room 1-even hours - Human Aspects of SE 4 Chair(s): Ann Barcomb
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Fri 13 May 2022 13:00 - 14:00 at ICSE room 2-odd hours - Human Aspects of SE 7 Chair(s): Kiev Gama
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