Third International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt Collection
June 2012 • Presentation
This collection includes presentations from the Third International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt. Participants considered a research agenda for managing technical debt.
Software Engineering Institute
This collection includes presentations from the Third Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, which took place as part of the 34rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2012). The technical debt metaphor is gaining significant traction in the software development community as a way to understand and communicate issues of intrinsic quality, value, and cost. The goal of this third workshop was to discuss managing technical debt as a part of the research agenda for the software engineering field, in particular focusing on eliciting and visualizing debt, and creating payback strategies.
The workshop summary was published as Technical debt in software development: from metaphor to theory report on the third international workshop on managing technical debt, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, Volume 37, Issue 5, September 2012, pages 36-38.
The proceedings are available at IEEE Xplore.
Sessions and presentations included:
- Assessing and Avoiding Technical Debt, Barry Boehm
- Defining the Decision Factors for Managing Defects: A Technical Debt Perspective, Yuepu Guo, Brian Robinson, Carolyn Seaman, and Will Snipes
- Estimating the Principal of Technical Debt, Bill Curtis, Jay Sappidi, Alexandra Szynkarski
- Investigating the Impact of Code Smells Debt on Quality Code Evaluation, Vincenzo Ferme and Stefano Spinelli
- Organizing the Technical Debt Landscape, Yuanfang Cai, Clemente Izurieta, Carolyn Seaman, Forrest Shull, Nico Zazworka
- Searching for Build Debt: Managing Technical Debt at Google, S. Bhansali, M. Gridnev, J. D. Morgenthaler, R. Sauciuc
- Technical Debt Aggregation in Ecosystems, John McGregor and Jie Zhang
- Technical Debt and Requirements, Neil Ernst
- Technical Debt in Software Development: From Metaphor to Theory, Report on the Third International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, Philippe Kruchten, Robert Nord, Ipek Ozkaya, and Joost Visser
- The SQALE Method (V1.0) for Managing Technical Debt, Jean-Louis Letouzey
- Using Technical Debt Data in Decision Making, Yuanfang Cai, Yuepu Guo, Clemente Izurieta, Carolyn Seaman, Forrest Shull, Antonio Vetro, and Nico Zazworka
- Visualising Architectural Dependencies, John Brondum and Liming Zhu
- What Is the Value of Your Software?, Thomas Back, Jelle de Groot, Ariadi Nugroho, and Joost Visser