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How "war stories" can reveal what really happens in software engineering, A Q&A with Carolyn Seaman

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In this class visit, Dr. Carolyn Seaman, professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, describes the power and drawbacks of using "war stories", a storytelling technique used as part of interviews to learn about what really happens with software documentation in practice. Carolyn shares with us other advice on using qualitative methods: "Just as you should never drink or swim alone, never do qualitative analysis alone"!

This Q&A was recorded live as part of a workshop on Collaboration, Communication and Knowledge Flow, at a Senior Topics Course in Empirical Software Engineering at the University of Victoria on Nov 13th, 2020.

In preparation for today's workshop, we read/watched materials posted on this page.

This Q&A is also available on YouTube.

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