Check out http://linkedlists.net/. CHISEL member Brendan presented it as part of the mining challenge at MSR2013 and here in the paper http://thechiselgroup.org/2013/03/27/a-study-of-innovation-diffusion-through-link-sharing-on-stack-overflow/.
CHISEL members Laura, Carlos, and Elena participated in the Windward Code Wars (check out photo 5!):
Congrats to CHISEL on the following recently accepted papers!
Strategies for Avoiding Text Fixture Smells during Software Evolution
Michaela Greiler, Andy Zaidman, Arie van Deursen and Margaret-Anne Storey
Fixing the ‘out of sight out of mind’ problem – One Year of Mood Based Microblogging in a Distributed Software Team
Kevin Dullemond, Ben Van Gameren, Arie van Deursen and Margaret-Anne Storey
A Study of Innovation Diffusion Through Link Sharing on Stack Overflow
Carlos Gomez, Brendan Cleary and Leif Singer
Analyzing the Friendliness of Exchanges in an Online Software Developer Community
Brendan Cleary, Margaret-Anne Storey, Carlos Gomez, Leif Singer and Christoph Treude
Building Test Suites in Social Coding Sites by Leveraging Drive-By Commits
Raphael Pham, Leif Singer and Kurt Schneider
35th International Conference on Software Engineering, NIER Track, 2013
Congrats to CHISEL alumni Christoph and Lars, as well as CHISEL collaborator Chris Parnin for winning the StackOverflow data visualization contest!
We’re looking for a co-op developer for the January-April 2013 term.
I am pleased to announce that Carlos Gomez has arrived in Canada and joined the CHISEL Group. Carlos holds a degree in Systems Engineering from Icesi University in Colombia, and is just starting his Masters program at the University of Victoria.
Carlos loves to cook, paint, play the piano, play guitar, photography and sculpture. He emigrated to Canada with his wife (a graduate student studying with Dr. Hausi Muller and the RIGI Group) and his twelve year old son, José Manuel, who has a strong interest in biology and video games. Recently, José Manuel developed a taste for software development and has been working with Scratch. (Will he join CHISEL in a few years?)
I am delighted to announce that Romil Khanna has joined Chisel as one of our excellent co-ops. Romil is a 3rd year software engineering student who moved to Victoria in the summer of 2011 from Toronto. He isn’t allowed to move back home until he is finished school and can get his own place. He also doesn’t have a parrot.
I am pleased to announce that as of today Eric Verbeek (and his parrot) have joined Chisel. Eric is a software developer with roots in the sciences of both computing and psychology. He has recently migrated to Victoria with his feisty wife and feisty parrot, actualizing their 5 year plan.