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Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt Collection

  • This collection includes presentations from the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, where participants explored how to quantify principal and interest.
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • This collection was created for a conference series or symposium and does not necessarily reflect the positions and views of the Software Engineering Institute.
  • Technical debt is a metaphor that software developers and managers increasingly use to communicate key tradeoffs related to release and quality issues. The Managing Technical Debt workshop series has, since 2010, brought together practitioners and researchers to discuss and define issues related to technical debt and how they can be studied. Our goal for this eighth workshop on Managing Technical Debt is to bring together leading software maintenance researchers and practitioners for the purpose of exploring theoretical and practical techniques that quantify principal and interest.

  • Welcome to the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt October 2016 Author(s): Clemente Izurieta (Montana State University), Ipek Ozkaya, Will Snipes (ABB Corporate Research) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • 50 Years of Technical Debt with Rising Interest Rates October 2016 Author(s): Firas Glaiel (Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems), Terri Potts (Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services) In this presentation, the authors discuss technical debt and the challenges of detecting, measuring, and managing it.
  • How "Specification by Example" and Test-Driven Development Help to Avoid Technical Debt October 2016 Author(s): Wolfgang Trumler (Siemens AG), Frances Paulisch (Siemens Corporate Research) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • The Perception of Technical Debt in the Embedded Systems Domain: An Industrial Case Study October 2016 Author(s): Areti Ampatzoglou (University of Groningen), Apostolos Ampatzoglou (University of Groningen), Alexander Chatzigeorgiou (University of Macedonia), Paris Avgeriou (University of Groningen, The Netherlands), Pekka Abrahamsson (National Technical University of Norway), Antonio Martini (Chalmers University of Technology), Uwe Zdun (University of Vienna, Austria), Kari Systa (Technical University of Tampere) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • Database Design Debts Through Examining Schema Evolution October 2016 Author(s): Mashel Albarak (University of Birmingham and King Saud University), Rami Bahsoon (University of Birmingham) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • Toward Assessing the Technical Debt of Undesired Software Behaviors in Design Patterns October 2016 Author(s): Derek Reimanis (Montana State University), Clemente Izurieta (Montana State University) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • Technical Debt Indexes Provided by Tools: A Preliminary Discussion October 2016 Author(s): Francesca Arcelli Fontana (University of Milano Bicocca), Riccardo Roveda (University of Milano–Bicocca), Marco Zanoni (University of Milano Bicocca) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • Practical Technical Debt Discovery by Matching Patterns in Assessment Graphs October 2016 Author(s): Andriy Shapochka (SoftServe, Inc.), Borys Omelayenko (SoftServe, Inc.) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.
  • Adjusting the Balance Sheet by Appending Technical Debt October 2016 Author(s): Shirin Akbarinasaji (Ryerson University), Ayse Bener (Ryerson University) This presentation was part of the Eighth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with ICSME 2016.