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Automation Needs in Modern Code Review

 
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Dear all,

we are Nik Zaugg, Bachelor Student at the University of Zurich (UZH) currently working on his bachelor thesis and Dr. Sebastiano Panichella, Senior Research Associate at the S.E.A.L. group at UZH.
For a research project at the University of Zurich we are investigating ways to automate parts of the code review process to support developers in their reviewing activities.

Our Research:
Our research group at University of Zurich is conducting a research project aimed at understanding code changes inside code review and possible ways to automate the code review process/activities. To this extend, we have analyzed over 500 code review changes of eight open source projects (available on Gerrit) and categorized them accordingly into a fine-grained taxonomy of code review changes. As results of this analysis, we observed that there exist many recurring issues which could potentially be fixed automatically by research tools and prototypes.

Timeline:
Please fill in the survey until Sunday 22nd of July 2018. We greatly appreciate early submissions.

Survey:
To perform more steps toward our research direction we are interested to investigate how code review is performed by industrial and open source developers as well as by research organizations. For this, we constructed a brief survey consisting of 18 questions related to code review and should not take you longer than 10 to 20 minutes.

The survey can be accessed via this link: https://goo.gl/forms/bpXcZV2jIwfVyAYG2

If you have any questions related to the survey or our research, please don’t hesitate to contact us under the following email addresses.
·  nik.zaugg@uzh.ch
·  panichella@ifi.uzh.ch / spanichella@gmail.com

Thank you for participating and by aiding us in our research!

Best Regards,
Nik Zaugg
Sebastiano Panichella
 
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Sebastiano Panichella wrote:Timeline:
Please fill in the survey until Sunday 22nd of July 2018. We greatly appreciate early submissions.


Having such tight timeline (-5 days), it was too complicated to accomplish on time. Sorry.
 
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Liutauras Vilda wrote:

Sebastiano Panichella wrote:Timeline:
Please fill in the survey until Sunday 22nd of July 2018. We greatly appreciate early submissions.


Having such tight timeline (-5 days), it was too complicated to accomplish on time. Sorry.



Dear all,

we are Nik Zaugg, Bachelor Student at the University of Zurich (UZH) currently working on his bachelor thesis and Dr. Sebastiano Panichella, Senior Research Associate at the S.E.A.L. group at UZH.
For a research project at the University of Zurich we are investigating ways to automate parts of the code review process to support developers in their reviewing activities.

Our Research:
Our research group at University of Zurich is conducting a research project aimed at understanding code changes inside code review and possible ways to automate the code review process/activities. To this extend, we have analyzed over 500 code review changes of eight open source projects (available on Gerrit) and categorized them accordingly into a fine-grained taxonomy of code review changes. As results of this analysis, we observed that there exist many recurring issues which could potentially be fixed automatically by research tools and prototypes.

Timeline:
Please fill in the survey until Sunday 04 of August 2018. We greatly appreciate early submissions.

Survey:
To perform more steps toward our research direction we are interested to investigate how code review is performed by industrial and open source developers as well as by research organizations. For this, we constructed a brief survey consisting of 18 questions related to code review and should not take you longer than 10 to 20 minutes.

The survey can be accessed via this link: https://goo.gl/forms/bpXcZV2jIwfVyAYG2

If you have any questions related to the survey or our research, please don’t hesitate to contact us under the following email addresses.
·  nik.zaugg@uzh.ch
·  panichella@ifi.uzh.ch / spanichella@gmail.com

Thank you for participating and by aiding us in our research!

Best Regards,
Nik Zaugg
Sebastiano Panichella
 
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