Recently, I was in Austin, Texas to attend ICSE (International Conference on Software Engineering) and MSR (Mining Software Repositories) conferences. The authors presented excellent papers on a variety of topics concerning software engineering. Despite their excellent technical content, I was discontented by the presentation skills exhibited by some of the authors. It’s not only the students, but even some of the experienced researchers gave not so exciting presentations. Continue reading
About Tushar Sharma
Tushar Sharma is currently a researcher and PhD student at Athens University of Economics and Business. Earlier, he worked with Siemens Research and Technology Center, Bangalore, India for more than 7 years. The topics related to software design, refactoring, code and design quality, technical debt, change impact analysis and infrastructure as code (IaC) define his career interests. He has co-authored three books including “Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt”. He is an IEEE senior member.