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Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt Collection

  • This collection includes presentations from the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt. Participants explored the impact of agile approaches on technical debt.
  • 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.
  • The Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt was collocated with the 18th International Conference on Agile Software Development (XP 2017) in Cologne. The technical debt research community continues to expand through collaborations of industry, tool vendors, and academia. The main topic of this year's workshop was on the impact of agile development approaches on the management of technical debt.

    The workshop summary was published as Technical Debt in Agile Development: Report on the Ninth Workshop on Managing Technical Debt (MTD 2017), ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, Volume 42, Issue 3, July 2017, pages 18-21.

    The proceedings are available in the ACM digital library.

    The presentation slides are linked below.

  • Ninth InternationalWorkshop on Managing Technical Debt: Report on the MTD 2017 Workshop May 2017 Author(s): Francesca Arcelli Fontana (University of Milano Bicocca), Wolfgang Trumler (Siemens AG), Clemente Izurieta (Montana State University), Robert Nord At the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, participants explored the impact of agile development approaches on managing technical debt.
  • Selling the Business Case for Architectural Debt Reduction May 2017 Author(s): Eltjo Poort (CGI) Eltjo Poort presents failure and success stories from CGI's architects in three golden rules to help sell your business case for architectural debt reduction.
  • The Magnificent Seven: Towards a Systematic Estimation of the Technical Debt Interest May 2017 Author(s): Antonio Martini (Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg), Jan Bosch (Chalmers University of Technology) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Technical Debt Interest Assessment: From Issues to Project May 2017 Author(s): Antonio Martini (Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg), Jan Bosch (Chalmers University of Technology), Simon Vajda (Deakin University), Rajesh Vasa (Deakin University), Allan Jones (Deakin University), Mohammed Abdelrazek (Deakin University), John Grundy (Deakin University) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Changes and Challenges of Technical Debt and Its Management During Ongoing Digital Transformation May 2017 Author(s): Jesse Yli-Huumo (Aalto University), Kari Smolander (Aalto University) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Who Is Producing More Technical Debt? A Personalized Assessment of TD Principal May 2017 Author(s): Theodoros Amanatidis (University of Macedonia), Alexander Chatzigeorgiou (University of Macedonia), Apostolos Ampatzoglou (University of Groningen), Ioannis Stamelos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • An Investigation of Technical Debt in Automatic Production Systems May 2017 Author(s): Terese Besker (Chalmers University of Technology), Antonio Martini (Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg), Jan Bosch (Chalmers University of Technology), Matthias Tichy (Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Towards Triaging Code-Smell Candidates via Scenarios and Method-Call Dependencies May 2017 Author(s): Thorsten Haendler (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Stefan Sobernig (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Mark Strembeck (Vienna University of Economics and Business) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Revisiting Context-Based Code Smells Prioritization: On Supporting Referred Context May 2017 Author(s): Natthawute Sae-Lim (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Shinpei Hayashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Motoshi Saeki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.
  • Assessing Code Smell Interest Probability: A Case Study May 2017 Author(s): Sofia Charalampidou (University of Groningen), Alexander Chatzigeorgiou (University of Groningen), Apostolos Ampatzoglou (University of Groningen), Paris Avgeriou (University of Groningen) This presentation was part of the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held in conjunction with XP 2017.