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Presentation on research to develop tools that pinpoint problematic design decisions and quantify their consequences for uncovering technical debt
Delivering increasingly complex software-reliant systems demands better ways to manage the long-term effects of short-term expedients known as technical debt.
In this podcast, Ipek Ozkaya talks about managing technical debt as a core software engineering practice and its importance in the education of future software engineers.
Watch Ipek Ozkaya in this Cyber Minute, as she recommends developers adopt a simple practice of reporting technical debt, including its potential accumulating side effects, as they discover or accrue that debt.
At the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, participants explored the impact of agile development approaches on managing technical debt.
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.
In this podcast, Dr. Neil Ernst discusses the findings of a recent field study to assess the state of the practice and current thinking regarding technical debt and guide the development of a technical debt timeline.
This collection includes presentations from the Ninth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt. Participants explored the impact of agile approaches on technical debt.
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.
Watch Ipek Ozkaya discuss “Why Should Government Care about Technical Debt and Software Architecture?” at the Agile for Government Summit.