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Abstract: Teaching research methods is of vital importance in any curriculum that prepares students for an academic career. While the theoretical frameworks underpinning qualitative theory building research can be adequately conveyed through lecturing and text books, experiential learning plays a p...

Abstract: Web applications can have a high level of functionality and complexity, making them difficult for users to use intuitively. Users can then resort to instructions or tutorials in order to learn how to use the application correctly. Tutorials that not only impart knowledge but also explain ...

We are looking forward to five Scrum teams of nine students each (software developers, product owners, Scrum Master), meeting today for the first time. The Scrum teams will develop open source software on GitHub for the next three months as part of the AMOS Project, our flagship course on teaching ...

Abstract: The JValue Open Data Service (ODS) is an ETL data pipeline that provides data extraction from different source systems (Extract), performs transformations on the extracted data (Transform), and loads the data to a target database (Load). There are different kinds of stream processing engi...

Abstract: The web app QDAcity supports the process of qualitative data analysis (QDA). Among other things QDAcity can aid users during the coding process. A unique feature of QDAcity is that the user can classify codes of their code system using a meta model. The meta model helps in structuring the...

Abstract: Almost all software, open or closed, builds on open source software and therefore needs to comply with the license obligations of the open source code. Not knowing which licenses to comply with poses a legal danger to anyone using open source software. This article investigates the extent...