Akond Rahman

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Name: Akond Rahman

Bio: Akond Rahman is an assistant professor at Tennessee Tech University. His research interests include DevOps, Software Security, and Software Analytics. He graduated with an M.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Connecticut and a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. He won the Microsoft Open Source Challenge Award in 2016, the ACM SIGSOFT Doctoral Symposium Award at ICSE in 2018, and the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at ICSE in 2019. During his PhD tenure he has collaborated with industry practitioners from ABB, IBM, Mozilla, RedHat, and others. To know more about his work visit https://akondrahman.github.io/

Country: United States

Affiliation: Tennessee Tech University

Personal website: https://akondrahman.github.io/

Research interests: DevOps, Software Analytics, Software Security

Contributions

MSR 2019Author of Challenges with Responding to Static Analysis Tool Alerts within the MSR 2019 Mining Challenge-track
Author of Snakes in Paradise?: Insecure Python-related Coding Practices in Stack Overflow within the MSR 2019 Mining Challenge-track
ICSE 2019Author of The Seven Sins: Security Smells in Infrastructure as Code Scripts within the Technical Track-track
MSR 2018Author of Comprehension Effort and Programming Activities: Related? Or Not Related? within the Mining Challenge-track
ESEC/FSE 2018Author of Characterizing the Influence of Continuous Integration: Empirical Results from 250+ Open Source and Proprietary Projects within the SWAN-track
* ICSE 2018 *Author of What is the Connection Between Issues, Bugs, and Enhancements? (Lessons Learned from 800+ Software Projects) within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
Author of [Full paper] Characteristics of Defective Infrastructure as Code Scripts in DevOps within the DS - Doctoral Symposium -track
Author of We Don't Need Another Hero? The Impact of "Heroes" on Software Development within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
Author of Poster F40: Defect Prediction Metrics for Infrastructure as Code Scripts in DevOps within the Posters -track