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On the Difficulty of Replicating Human Subjects Studies in Software Engineering
- You can get the paper through ACM, or more easily through here (from CSC2130S: Empirical Research Methods in Software Engineering). There's also a pretty decent talk from a Software Engineering Seminar.
- Alan Kay's response.
- Saeed's Homepage. Contains the paper The camel has two humps.
- Separating Programming Sheep from Non-Programming Goats
- Why Johnny Can't Program
- Tools (see limitations, such as Eclipse Europa 3.3). Possibly attempt to modernize to latest build, such as Helios.
- TeXlipse, and making sure it installs on older builds.
Stench Blossom Installation
You really have should made better notes on this before! All of the archives are now in the
- The project uses Eclipse, but only works with Eclipse Europa. You will want the RCP download, which allows you to do plug-in development.
- Your source for Stench Blossom is located in
blossom_20110525.zipWhen extracted, this will create a folder called
blossom. This is the last archive that was checked into SVN.
- Use File > Import, to import the project. Select an import source of General, followed by Existing Projects into Workspace.
- Things won't compile at this stage, because TeXlipse is missing. Follow the instructions for TeXlipse Installation. For Stench Blossom, we used
TeXlipse 1.4.1. If you have any time at all, you might try the later
TeXlipse 1.5to see if it works; beware of API changes though.
- Now we need to create an
Eclipse Application(to run our plug-in source). To do this, go to Run > Open Run Dialog. Then, right-click on Eclipse Application and select
New. It will create a configuration called
New_configuration, whose workspace points to
- You have this folder as
runtime-New_configuration.zip. Extract it before running the configuration. This contains the
- You might get Resource is out of sync with the file system issues. That's okay -- just refresh the project.