Where agile research goes: starting from a 7-year retrospective (report on agile research workshop at XP2009)
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Wang, X., M. Lane, K. Conboy and M. Pikkarainen (2009): "Where agile research goes: starting from a 7-year retrospective (report on agile research workshop at XP2009)." ACM SIGSOFT Softw. Eng. Notes, 34(5): 28-30
This report summarizes the key findings from a workshop at the 10th International Conference on Agile Processes and eXtreme Programming in Software Engineering (XP2009) called "Agile Research" A 7-Year Retrospective", held in Sardinia in May 2009. The workshop was based on an open discussion around past papers presented at the conference, identifying current gaps and areas for future research. A research topic map has been drawn and several future research directions have been highlighted as the results of running the workshop.
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