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Our paper, “The Role of Domain Knowledge and Cross-Functional Communication in Socio-Technical Coordination”, to be presented this coming week at ICSE2013!

So, our paper at the International Conference on Software Engineering, titled The Role of Domain Knowledge and Cross-Functional Communication in Socio-Technical Coordination, will be presented this coming week in San Francisco. Daniela is going to be presenting this paper on Thursday, May 23 at 1:30 PM in Grand Ballroom B!

The preprint of this paper appears on my blog. The main story is that we examine how diverse roles in two teams in Brazil working on requirements and their related artifacts coordinated along task dependencies using a case study method, and report on how knowledge and work dependencies affect their work.

There are a number of other great papers that are appearing in the same session, including two co-authored by Prem Devanbu. It’s a good session to be at, in my opinion.

Hope to see you there!