Megan Squire publishes work on software code forges with student
Megan Squire, associate professor of computing sciences, and David Williams '13 have published and presented work titled "Describing the Software Forge Ecosystem."
The work was presented at the 45th Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) held in Maui, Hawaii Jan. 4-7.
In the paper, Squire and Williams proposed a novel way of organizing data about the code forges used to develop open source software. A code forge is a virtual environment used by software developers to store code and manage artifacts of the development process.
The full citation is below:
- Squire, M. and Williams, D. (2012). Describing the software forge ecosystem. 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Maui, Hawaii. January 4-7. pp 3416- 3425.