Keynote: Solving Problems or Enabling Problem-Solving? From Purity in Empirical Software Engineering to Effective Co-Production
Authors: Tony Gorschek, Daniel Mendez
Studying and collaborating with any software-intensive organization demands for excellence in empirical software engineering research. The ever-growing complexity and context-dependency of software products, however, demands for more pragmatic and solution-focused research. This is a great opportunity but it alsoconflicts with the traditional quest for “purity" in research and a very narrow focus of the work. In this short positioning, we elaborate on challenges which emerge from academia-industry collaborations and discuss touch upon pragmatic ways of approaching them along the co-production model which emerged from SERL Sweden.
Company: fortiss GmbH
Talk language: English