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Knowledge Flow in Software Development Teams

Knowledge of a software development project is embedded both in the repositories (source code, bug database, etc.) and in the engineers' heads. Understanding how this knowledge moves between engineers is crucially important to understanding how software gets built.

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    • Andrew Begel, Help, I Need Somebody!, in Proceedings of the CSCW Workshop: Supporting the Social Side of Large-Scale Software Development, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., November 2006
    • Thomas D. LaToza, Gina Venolia, and Robert DeLine, Maintaining mental models: a study of developer work habits, in ICSE '06: Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Software engineering, ACM, New York, NY, USA, May 2006

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