Increasing Human-Tool Interaction via the Web

Software tools researchers can accelerate their ability to learn by

exposing tools to users via web technologies, allowing them to

observe and test the interactions between humans and tools. At

Microsoft Research, we have developed a web service (http:

//www.rise4fun.com/) for such a purpose that is available for

community use.

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In  11th ACM SIGPLAN-SIGSOFT Workshop on Program Analysis for Software Tools and Engineering

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