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Ten Tips to Succeed in Global Software Engineering Education: What Do the Students Say?

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Conference/Workshop Paper

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Collaborative Teaching of Globally Distributed Software Development - Community Building Workshop (CTGDSD3)


Abstract

When a project had followed advices from the best practices, we can raise a question whether the success (or failure) of the project came from following (or not following) the best practices, or whether there were additional reasons that led to the positive (or negative) outcome. In this paper we analyze a case of a student project performed as a part of our Distributed Software Development course. The project followed the advices from the “Ten Tips to Succeed in Global Software Engineering Education” publication. This paper analyzes the project work with respect to the advices. Focusing on the perspective of a student participating in the project, the paper tries to answer whether following the advices is sufficient for a positive project outcome.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Filipovikj2770,
author = {Predrag Filipovikj and Juraj Feljan and Ivica Crnkovic},
title = {Ten Tips to Succeed in Global Software Engineering Education: What Do the Students Say?},
month = {May},
year = {2013},
booktitle = {Collaborative Teaching of Globally Distributed Software Development - Community Building Workshop (CTGDSD3)},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/2770-}
}