David Redmiles
TitleCited byYear
Extracting usability information from user interface events
DM Hilbert, DF Redmiles
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 32 (4), 384-421, 2000
5952000
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
5492002
Usability evaluation with the cognitive walkthrough
J Rieman, M Franzke, D Redmiles
Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems, 387-388, 1995
1891995
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
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
1532007
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
1422002
Cognitive support, UML adherence, and XMI interchange in Argo/UML
JE Robbins, DF Redmiles
Information and Software Technology 42 (2), 79-89, 2000
1282000
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
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
1242004
Cognitive tools for locating and comprehending software objects for reuse
G Fischer, S Henninger, D Redmiles
Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Software engineering …, 1991
1231991
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
1212008
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
1192003
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
1172015
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
1152001
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
1122004
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
982011
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
942011
Software architecture critics in the Argo design environment
JE Robbins, DF Redmiles
Knowledge-Based Systems 11 (1), 47-60, 1998
921998
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
892007
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
872015
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