I am part of the Tools for Software Engineers team focusing on improving software engineering practices in a data driven way. TSE's focus is building a Software Analytics Platform for Collecting and Analyzing Engineering Process Data at Microsoft. I am mainly concerned with the empirical and analytics part of the infrastructure.
I joined Microsoft Research after finishing my PhD at the Delft University of Technology. During my PhD research, I focused on facilitating and improving software engineering practice and developing tools and techniques to support software engineers. Especially, facilitating integration testing for runtime composable systems through static and dynamic analysis of software executions, as well as data mining is my area of expertise.
- Jacek Czerwonka, Michaela Greiler, and Jack Tilford, Code Reviews Do Not Find Bugs. How the Current Code Review Best Practice Slows Us Down, IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 17 May 2015.
- Kim Herzig, Michaela Greiler, Jacek Czerwonka, and Brendan Murphy, The Art of Testing Less without Sacrificing Quality, in Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Software Engineering, IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, May 2015.
- Amiangshu Bosu, Michaela Greiler, and Christian Bird, Characteristics of Useful Code Reviews: An Empirical Study at Microsoft, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Mining Software Repositories, IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, May 2015.
- Christian Bird, Trevor Carnahan, and Michaela Greiler, Lessons Learned From Deploying a Code Review Analytics Platform, no. MSR-TR-2015-22, February 2015.
Mail: Michaela Greiler,
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