Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt Collection
October 2013 • Presentation
This collection includes presentations from the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, where participants shared emerging practices in software development.
Software Engineering Institute
This collection includes presentations from the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, collocated with the Seventh International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2013). Increasingly, software developers and managers use the metaphor of technical debt to communicate key tradeoffs related to release and quality issues. The workshop participants reiterated the usefulness of the metaphor, shared emerging practices used in software development organizations, and emphasized the need for more research and better means for sharing emerging practices and results.
The workshop summary was published as Technical debt at the crossroads of research and practice: report on the fifth international workshop on managing technical debt, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, Volume 39, Issue 2, March 2014, pages 31-33.
Sessions and presentations included:
- Management of Technical Debt: A Lockheed Martin Experience Report, Robert Eisenberg
- Take Control of Your Technical Debt, Olivier Gaudin
- Technical Debt at the Crossroads of Research and Practice: Report on the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, Davide Falessi, Philippe Kruchten, Robert Nord, and Ipek Ozkaya
- Technical Debt: At the Intersection of Decades of Empirical Software Engineering Research, Carolyn Seaman
- Technical Debt: Identification, Payment, and Restructuring, Todd Fritsche
- Technical Liability: Extending the Technical Debt Metaphor, Murray Cantor