Ecosystems chapter added to “Empirical software engineering using R”
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The Ecosystems chapter of my Empirical software engineering book has been added to the draft pdf (download here).
I don’t seem to be able to get away from rewriting everything, despite working on the software engineering material for many years. Fortunately the sparsity of the data keeps me in check, but I keep finding new and interesting data (not a lot, but enough to slow me down).
There is still a lot of work to be done on the ecosystems chapter, not least integrating all the data I have been promised. The basic threads are there, they just need filling out (assuming the promised data sets arrive).
I did not get any time to integrate in the developer and economics data received since those draft chapters were released; there has been some minor reorganization.
As always, if you know of any interesting software engineering data, please tell me.
I’m looking to rerun the workshop on analyzing software engineering data. If anybody has a venue in central London, that holds 30 or so people+projector, and is willing to make it available at no charge for a series of free workshops over several Saturdays, please get in touch.
Projects chapter next.
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