Lucas Layman
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Essential communication practices for Extreme Programming in a global software development team
L Layman, L Williams, D Damian, H Bures
Information and software technology 48 (9), 781-794, 2006
Local versus global lessons for defect prediction and effort estimation
T Menzies, A Butcher, D Cok, A Marcus, L Layman, F Shull, B Turhan, ...
IEEE Transactions on software engineering 39 (6), 822-834, 2012
Exploring extreme programming in context: an industrial case study
L Layman, L Williams, L Cunningham
Agile Development Conference, 32-41, 2004
Motivations and measurements in an agile case study
L Layman, L Williams, L Cunningham
Proceedings of the 2004 workshop on Quantitative techniques for software …, 2004
What do we know about test-driven development?
F Shull, G Melnik, B Turhan, L Layman, M Diep, H Erdogmus
IEEE software 27 (6), 16-19, 2010
LACE2: Better privacy-preserving data sharing for cross project defect prediction
F Peters, T Menzies, L Layman
2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering 1 …, 2015
Toward a framework for evaluating extreme programming
LA Williams, W Krebs, L Layman, AI Anton
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Computer Science, 2004
Examining the compatibility of student pair programmers
L Williams, L Layman, J Osborne, N Katira
AGILE 2006 (AGILE'06), 10 pp.-420, 2006
Note to self: make assignments meaningful
L Layman, L Williams, K Slaten
Proceedings of the 38th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science …, 2007
Eleven guidelines for implementing pair programming in the classroom
L Williams, DS McCrickard, L Layman, K Hussein
Agile 2008 Conference, 445-452, 2008
Personality types, learning styles, and an agile approach to software engineering education
L Layman, T Cornwell, L Williams
Proceedings of the 37th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science …, 2006
Coordination in large-scale software teams
A Begel, N Nagappan, C Poile, L Layman
2009 ICSE Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects on Software Engineering, 1-7, 2009
Toward reducing fault fix time: Understanding developer behavior for the design of automated fault detection tools
L Layman, L Williams, RS Amant
First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and …, 2007
How effective is test-driven development
B Turhan, L Layman, M Diep, H Erdogmus, F Shull
Making Software: What Really Works, and Why We Believe It, 207-217, 2010
Extreme programming evaluation framework for object-oriented languages version 1.4
LA Williams, L Layman, W Krebs
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Computer Science, 2004
Changing students' perceptions: an analysis of the supplementary benefits of collaborative software development
L Layman
19th Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training (CSEET'06), 159-166, 2006
Technical debt: Showing the way for better transfer of empirical results
F Shull, D Falessi, C Seaman, M Diep, L Layman
Perspectives on the Future of Software Engineering: Essays in Honor of …, 2013
Debugging revisited: Toward understanding the debugging needs of contemporary software developers
L Layman, M Diep, M Nagappan, J Singer, R Deline, G Venolia
2013 ACM/IEEE international symposium on empirical software engineering and …, 2013
Undergraduate student perceptions of pair programming and agile software methodologies: Verifying a model of social interaction
KM Slaten, M Droujkova, SB Berenson, L Williams, L Layman
Agile Development Conference (ADC'05), 323-330, 2005
Are delayed issues harder to resolve? Revisiting cost-to-fix of defects throughout the lifecycle
T Menzies, W Nichols, F Shull, L Layman
Empirical Software Engineering 22, 1903-1935, 2017
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