Accepted Papers


  1. Giuseppe Scanniello, Maria Caulo, Rita Francese and Genny Tortora
    Migration from Ionic to Android: Implications

  2. Wasim Hussein Ahmad Alsaqaf, Maya Daneva, Preethu Rose and Roel Wieringa
    Analyzing SAFe Practices with respect to Quality Requirements: Findings from a Qualitative Study

  3. Sven Theobald and Pascal Guckenbiehl
    How Do Agile Teams Manage Impediments?

  4. Jannik Fischbach, Julian Frattini, Daniel Mendez, Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Henning Femmer and Andreas Vogelsang
    How Do Practitioners Interpret Conditionals in Requirements?

  5. Rita Francese, Giuseppe Scanniello, Genny Tortora and Vincent Milione
    An Empirical Study on Personality Traits and Team Climate in a Smart-Working Development Context

  6. Prabhat Ram, Pilar Rodríguez, Antonin Abherve, Alessandra Bagnato and Markku Oivo
    Capitalizing on Developer-Tester Communication – A Case Study

  7. Martin Hell and Martin Höst
    Communicating Cybersecurity Vulnerability Information: A Producer-Acquirer Case Study

  8. Josefine Bowring and Maria Paasivaara
    Keeping the momentum: Driving continuous improvement after the large-scale agile transformation

  9. Sebastian Gottschalk, Enes Yigitbas, Alexander Philipp Nowosad and Gregor Engels
    Situation- and Domain-specific Composition and Enactment of Business Model Development Methods

  10. Rodrigo Falcão, Vaninha Vieira, Marcus Trapp and Alberto Vianna Dias da Silva
    Using a data-driven context model to support the elicitation of context-aware functionalities – a controlled experiment

  11. Hamdy Michael Ayas, Philipp Leitner and Regina Hebig
    The migration journey towards microservices

  12. Orges Cico, Terese Besker, Antonio Martini, Anh Nguyen Duc, Renata Souza and Jan Bosch
    Toward a Technical Debt Relationship with the Pivoting of Growth Phase Startups

  13. Stefan Trieflinger, Jürgen Münch, Bastian Roling, Dominic Lang and Stefan Wagner
    A Transformation Model for Excelling in Product Roadmapping in Dynamic and Uncertain Market Environments

  14. Sousuke Amasaki, Hirohisa Aman and Tomoyuki Yokogawa
    Searching for bellwether developers for cross-personalized defect prediction


  1. Vlad Stirbu and Tommi Mikkonen
    Introducing Traceability in GitHub for Medical Software Development

  2. Antti Loukiala, Juha-Pekka Joutsenlahti, Mikko Raatikainen, Tommi Mikkonen and Timo Lehtonen
    Migrating from a Centralized Data Warehouse to a Decentralized Data Platform Architecture

  3. Henrik Toivakka, Tuomas Granlund, Timo Poranen and Zheying Zhang
    Towards RegOps: A DevOps Pipeline for Medical Device Software


  1. Chi Hong Lee and Tracy Hall
    Using Machine Learning to Recognise Novice and Expert Developers

  2. Lisa Jöckel, Thomas Bauer, Michael Klaes, Marc P. Hauer and Janek Groß
    Towards a Common Testing Terminology for Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence Experts

  3. Klara Borowa, Robert Dwornik and Andrzej Zalewski
    Is knowledge the key? An experiment on debiasing architectural decision-making – a pilot study