David Redmiles
TitleCited byYear
Extracting usability information from user interface events
DM Hilbert, DF Redmiles
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 32 (4), 384-421, 2000
5922000
Modeling software architectures in the Unified Modeling Language
N Medvidovic, DS Rosenblum, DF Redmiles, JE Robbins
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) 11 (1), 2-57, 2002
5362002
Integrating architecture description languages with a standard design method
JE Robbins, N Medvidovic, DF Redmiles, DS Rosenblum
Proceedings of the 20th international conference on Software engineering …, 1998
1871998
Usability evaluation with the cognitive walkthrough
J Rieman, M Franzke, D Redmiles
Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems, 387-388, 1995
1791995
Supporting collaborative software development through the visualization of socio-technical dependencies
CR de Souza, S Quirk, E Trainer, DF Redmiles
Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group …, 2007
1522007
Activity theory and system design: A view from the trenches
P Collins, S Shukla, D Redmiles
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 11 (1-2), 55-80, 2002
1412002
An approach to large-scale collection of application usage data over the Internet
DM Hilbert, DF Redmiles
Proceedings of the 20th international conference on Software engineering …, 1998
1281998
Cognitive tools for locating and comprehending software objects for reuse
G Fischer, S Henninger, D Redmiles
[1991 Proceedings] 13th International Conference on Software Engineering …, 1991
1231991
How a good software practice thwarts collaboration: the multiple roles of APIs in software development
CRB De Souza, D Redmiles, LT Cheng, D Millen, J Patterson
ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 29 (6), 221-230, 2004
1222004
Cognitive support, UML adherence, and XMI interchange in Argo/UML
JE Robbins, DF Redmiles
Information and Software Technology 42 (2), 79-89, 2000
1222000
An empirical study of software developers' management of dependencies and changes
C de Souza, D Redmiles
2008 ACM/IEEE 30th International Conference on Software Engineering, 241-250, 2008
1202008
Breaking the code, moving between private and public work in collaborative software development
CRB De Souza, D Redmiles, P Dourish
Proceedings of the 2003 International ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting …, 2003
1182003
Seeding, evolutionary growth and reseeding: The incremental development of collaborative design environments
G Fischer, J Grudin, R McCall, J Ostwald, D Redmiles, B Reeves, ...
Coordination theory and collaboration technology 447, 472, 2001
1142001
Sometimes you need to see through walls: a field study of application programming interfaces
CRB de Souza, D Redmiles, LT Cheng, D Millen, J Patterson
Proceedings of the 2004 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2004
1112004
Social barriers faced by newcomers placing their first contribution in open source software projects
I Steinmacher, T Conte, MA Gerosa, D Redmiles
Proceedings of the 18th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2015
1082015
The awareness network, to whom should i display my actions? and, whose actions should i monitor?
CRB De Souza, DF Redmiles
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 37 (3), 325-340, 2011
962011
Palantir: Early detection of development conflicts arising from parallel code changes
A Sarma, DF Redmiles, A Van Der Hoek
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 38 (4), 889-908, 2011
932011
Software architecture critics in the Argo design environment
JE Robbins, DF Redmiles
Knowledge-Based Systems 11 (1), 47-60, 1998
891998
Continuous coordination-a new paradigm to support globally distributed software development projects
D Redmiles, A Van Der Hoek, B Al-Ani, T Hildenbrand, S Quirk, A Sarma, ...
Wirtschafts Informatik 49 (1), 28, 2007
882007
A systematic literature review on the barriers faced by newcomers to open source software projects
I Steinmacher, MAG Silva, MA Gerosa, DF Redmiles
Information and Software Technology 59, 67-85, 2015
812015
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