Honors in Technology
Date of Award
Martin Barrett, Vernon Pine
Thesis Professor Department
Computer and Information Sciences
Suzanne Smith, Robert Price
Software engineers must communicate with many different people, likely in different locations, in order to create a successful piece of software. Social media can be used to communicate quickly and efficiently to minimize miscommunications and facilitate collaboration in the software development process. Research in this area has been sparse but significant because initial findings show that social media is being used in innovative ways to improve software development. Surveys of what social media some companies are currently using along with information about new social media systems indicate possible uses for these technologies on future software development projects such as documentation maintenance, employee training, and predicting and thus preventing build failures.
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Borgers, Jocelyn, "Web 2.0 Technologies in the Software Development Process." (2013). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 164. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/164
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