Technical and Nontechnical Prioritization Schema for Technical Debt: Voice of TD-Experienced Practitioners

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Technical debt (TD) can be injected at any stage of software development, spreading across other phases and causing various problems. This article presents a model for conceptualizing TD causes, effects, payment practices, and reasons for payment avoidance, with a prioritization schema for technical and nontechnical roles.

Tipo de publicación: Journal Article

Publicado en: IEEE Software

Autores
  • Mandic, Vladimir
  • Tausan, Nebojsa
  • Ramac, Robert
  • Freire, Sávio
  • Rios, Nicolli
  • Pérez, Boris
  • Castellanos, Camilo
  • Correal, Darío
  • Pacheco, Alexia
  • López, Gustavo
  • Izurieta, Clemente
  • Falessi, Davide
  • Seaman, Carolyn
  • Spínola, Rodrigo

Investigadores del CITIC asociados a la publicación
Gustavo López Herrera

Proyecto asociado a la publicación
Fortalecimiento de la capacidad de desarrollo, adopción y mantenimiento de software del Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad

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Technical and Nontechnical Prioritization Schema for Technical Debt: Voice of TD-Experienced Practitioners