ESEM 2022 - Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement Conference

ESEM 2022 is a forum for interaction between software industry and academia discussing the topical theme Hybrid work: A New Normal in Software Engineering!?

The ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) is the premier conference for presenting research results related to empirical software engineering. ESEM provides a stimulating forum where researchers and practitioners can present and discuss recent research results on a wide range of topics, in addition to exchanging ideas, experiences and challenging problems.

The conference theme: Hybrid work: A New Normal in Software Engineering!?

Topics include:

•Hybrid work in software engineering
•Delivering value and creating new business
•Large-scale agile and lean development
•Human, organizational and managerial aspects of software engineering

Participate in the ESEM conference to:

●learn about current and future trends in software development
●meet thought leaders and innovative researchers
●engage with fellow practitioners and coaches and excite them about your products and solutions

Welcome to register for the conference here.

Thomas Zimmermann
Tom Zimmermann

Keynote Thu 22.9. at 9.00 - 10.30

Thomas Zimmermann is a Sr. Principal Researcher in the Productivity and Intelligence (P+I) and Software Analysis and Intelligence (SAINTes) groups at Microsoft Research.

Everything Everywhere All at Once: The New Hybrid Future of Software Engineering

The COVID-19 pandemic shook the world to its core and provoked an overnight exodus of software developers who normally worked in an office setting to working from home. In this talk, I will present the results of several studies at Microsoft on how software developers and their teams have been affected by this change. I will discuss benefits and challenges of remote work and the impact of productivity during the pandemic. I will conclude with research opportunities and implications for the new hybrid work in software engineering as many developers are returning to work in offices.

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