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Article/Citation Collaborative Rhythm: Temporal Dissonance and Alignment in Collaborative Scientific Work
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Article/Citation Developing Scientific Software
Not all scientific computing is high-performance computing—the variety of scientific software is huge. Such software might be complex simulation softw…
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Article/Citation How to Scale a Code in the Human Dimension
As scientists’ needs for computational techniques and tools grow, they cease to be supportable by software developed in isolation. In many cases, thes…
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Article/Citation Leading virtual teams
Virtual teams, whose members are geographically dispersed and cross-functional yet work on highly interdependent tasks, present unique leadership chal…
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Article/Citation Starting a community - taking your software to the world
Whether for research, administration, learning or teaching, software is an increasingly valuable tool and output, and needs to be managed as such.
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Article/Citation Summary of the First Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences
Challenges related to development, deployment, and maintenance of reusable software for science are becoming a growing concern. Many scientists' resea…
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Article/Citation The management of virtual teams and virtual meetings
Most organizations now make use of virtual teams. Many of these virtual teams started out as physically co-located teams but with the need to reduce t…
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Article/Citation When Software Engineers Met Research Scientists: A Case Study
This paper describes a case study of software engineers developing a library of software components for a group of research scientists, using a tradit…
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