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This brochure describes the SEI's approach to make technical debt visible, determine what type of debt a project has, and integrate debt into project planning.
This paper reports on a study of issues from issue trackers to identify technical debt and present an approach for reporting technical debt in issue trackers.
This presentation explores the relationships between design flaws and software vulnerabilities, and their impact on software assurance and sustainable development and delivery.
This report documents the program and outcomes of Dagstuhl Seminar 16162, “Managing Technical Debt in Software Engineering.” We summarize the goals and format of the seminar.
This article reports on the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, where participants shared emerging practices used in software development organizations.
The Hard Choices game is a simulation of the software development cycle meant to communicate the concepts of uncertainty, risk, and technical debt.
This article reports on the Fourth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, where participants defined technical debt and the limits of the metaphor.
This article discusses the technical debt metaphor and considers it beyond a
This article reports on the Third International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, where participants considered a research agenda for managing technical debt.
This paper reports on a survey of 1,831 software engineers and architects, and follow-up interviews of seven software engineers, to determine the most important sources of technical debt.