Position Papers accepted for the workshop

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Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective
Baltimore, US – February 2014

PDF with list of Position Papers for CSCW2014 workshop – updated 14th feb

Bibliography from the CSCW2014 workshop – updated 5th march 

PDF.small-web Bjørn, Pernille (2014): “Sociomaterial-Design in Global Software Development”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webBoden, Alexander, Frank Rosswog, Gunnar Stevens, and Volker Wulf (2014): “Mobile Displays in Global Software Development: Opportunities and Limitations”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webEsbensen, Morten and Jakob Bardram (2014): “Tool Support for Globally Distributed Scrum”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webJensen, Rasmus Eskild (2014): “Transfer of Responsibility and Building Trust in a Global Software Development Project” Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webJohri, Aditya (2014): “Technology as catalyst and context: Global software development through Postcolonial third spaces”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webPurcell, Michelle (2014): “On the study of open source software to inform the design of CSCW in global software development”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webSaugene, Zeferino and Jens Kaasbøll (2014): “Foregronding invisible work practices: The customization of generic software systems”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webSteinmacher, Igor, Marco Aurelio Gerosa and David Redmiles (2014): “Attracting, onboarding, and retaining Newcomer Developers in Open Source Software Projects” Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States

PDF.small-webTurhan, Burak and Kari Kuutti (2014): “Tracing latent dependencies across software teams through error-handling graphs”, Position paper for Workshop on Global Software Development in a CSCW Perspective, February, Baltimore, United States