From data gathering to visualization: How to measure software development?
How software development metrics can bring your business to the next level
I'm a software engineer at Bitergia since September 2017. I got my MSc. in computer science in 2010 and Ph.D. in computer science in 2013. My interests cover source code analysis, (software) data extraction and reverse engineering.
Before joining Bitergia, I have been a Phd student at IBM France and postdoctoral fellow in a couple of research teams between France and Spain, where I worked on reverse engineering of legacy systems (e.g., COBOL), analysis of (OSS) projects (e.g., code complexity, bus factor) and open data (e.g., scientific literature).
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With more and more digitized companies and software being a crucial asset to gain competitive advantage, some firms choose to beat competition adopting Open Source to boost innovation. However, this journey requires a clear Software Data Strategy to succeed.
This data-driven approach creates new ways to gather and visualize data to better find meaningful insights among software development activity, performance and community, for future reporting and decision making.
GrimoireLab (https://chaoss.github.io/grimoirelab) produces integrated, open source software for analyzing software and visualizing metrics for measuring community, activity, contributions, performance and project health. Is one of the founding software projects of CHAOSS (Community Health Analytics Open Source Software) project, from The Linux Foundation (https://chaoss.community).
Join us during this Journey from data extraction, gathering, visualization and finally,data interpretation to learn how to measure software development within your Open Source projects with GrimoireLab.
- 2019 May 24 - 15:30
- 45 min
- Sala 1 - Flightgear
- Opensouthcode 2019