Rick Kazman

Registered user since Thu 26 Oct 2017

Name: Rick Kazman

Affiliation: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Contributions

BoKSS 2021 Organizer in Organizing Committee within the BoKSS 2021-track
TechDebt 2021 Author of Worst Smells and Their Worst Reasons within the Technical Papers-track
ASE 2020 Author of Exploring the Architectural Impact of Possible Dependencies in Python software within the Research Papers-track
ICSE 2022 Committee Member in SEIS within the SEIS - Software Engineering in Society-track
ESEC/FSE 2020 Author of How Does Refactoring Impact Security When Improving Quality? A Security-Aware Refactoring Approach within the Journal First-track
TechDebt 2020 Author of Software Archinaut: A Tool to Understand Architecture, Identify Technical Debt Hotspots and Manage Evolution within the TechDebt 2020-track
ICSE 2021 Author of On the Lack of Consensus Among Technical Debt Detection Tools within the SEIP - Software Engineering in Practice-track
ASE 2019 Author of Active Hotspot: An Issue-Oriented Model to Monitor Software Evolution and Degradation within the Research Papers-track
TechDebt 2019 Author of DV8: Automated Architecture Analysis Tool Suites within the TechDebt 2019-track
ICSE 2020 Author of Software Development Data for Architecture Analysis: Expectation, Reality, and Future Directions within the Software Engineering in Practice-track
Programme Committee in Program committees within the Software Engineering in Society-track
ICSE 2019 SEIS Chair in Organizing Committee
Author of GreenBundle: An Empirical Study on the Energy Impact of Bundled Processing within the Technical Track-track
Author of A Longitudinal Study of Identifying and Paying Down Architectural Debt within the Software Engineering in Practice-track
Session Chair of SEIS Keynote (part of Software Engineering in Society)
SEIS Co-Chair in Program Committee within the Software Engineering in Society-track
Author of ENRE: A Tool Framework for Extensible eNtity Relation Extraction within the Demonstrations-track
ICPC 2018 Author of Assessing an Architecture's Ability to Support Feature Evolution within the Technical Research-track