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Maximilian Capraro is a researcher and working toward the PhD degree at the Open Source Research Group at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuernberg. He received the BEng degree in information and communication technology from the BA Eisenach and the MSc degree in computer science from the Friedrich-Alexander-University. He is alumnus of the Siemens Masters Program. Max worked on inner source in research projects with a variety of companies including Black Duck Software, Continental, and multiple Siemens business units. He developed the patch-flow measurement method (for measuring software development collaboration) and the first classification framework for inner source projects and programs. His research interests include quantification of software development collaboration, inner source and open source software engineering, software code and process metrics, and software architecture, design and implementation. If you want to learn more about Max, please check out his profile at FAU or his linkedin page.
|MSR 2018||Author of The Patch-Flow Method for Measuring Inner Source Collaboration within the Technical Papers-track|