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Professor Hugh Robinson

Research Activity

Research groups

NameTypeParent Unit
Centre for Research in Computing (CRC)CentreFaculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology

Publications

User experience design and agile development: managing cooperation through articulation work (2011)
Ferreira, Jennifer; Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
Software: Practice and Experience, 41(9) (pp. 963-974)
The emergence of object-oriented technology: the role of community (2009-05)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
Behaviour & Information Technology, 28(3) (pp. 211-222)
A systematic review of theory use in studies investigating the motivations of software engineers (2009-05)
Hall, Tracy; Baddoo, Nathan; Beecham, Sarah; Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, 18, Article 10(3)
The role of physical artefacts in agile software development: Two complementary perspectives (2009-01)
Sharp, Helen; Robinson, Hugh and Petre, Marian
Interacting with Computers, 21(1-2) (pp. 108-116)
Models of motivation in software engineering (2009)
Sharp, Helen; Baddoo, Nathan; Beecham, Sarah; Hall, Tracy and Robinson, Hugh
Information and Software Technology, 51(1) (pp. 219-233)
Collaboration and co-ordination in mature eXtreme programming teams (2008-10)
Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 66(7) (pp. 506-518)
Motivation in software engineering: a systematic literature review (2008-08)
Beecham, Sarah; Baddoo, Nathan; Hall, Tracy; Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
Information and Software Technology, 50(9-10) (pp. 860-878)
What do we know about developer motivation? (2008-07)
Hall, Tracy; Sharp, Helen; Beecham, Sarah; Baddoo, Nathan and Robinson, Hugh
IEEE Software, 25(4) (pp. 92-94)
Ethnographically-informed empirical studies of software practice (2007-06)
Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Sharp, Helen
Information and Software Technology, 49(6) (pp. 540-551)
An Ethnographic study of XP practice (2004-12)
Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
Empirical Software Engineering, 9(4) (pp. 353-375)
Collaboration, communication and coordination in Agile software development practice (2010)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
In: Mistrík, Ivan; Grundy, John; Hoek, André and Whitehead, Jim eds. Collaborative Software Engineering (pp. 93-108)
ISBN : 978-3-642-10293-6 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin/Heidelberg
Three ‘c’s of agile practice: collaboration, coordination and communication (2010)
Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
In: Dingsøyr, Torgeir; Dybå, Tore and Moe, Nils Brede eds. Agile Software Development: Current Research and Future Directions (pp. 61-85)
ISBN : 978-3-642-12574-4 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin
A distributed cognition account of mature XP teams (2006)
Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
In: Abrahamsson, P.; Marchesi, M. and Succi, G. eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 1-10)
ISBN : 978-3-540-35094-1 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin, Germany
The social side of technical practices (2005)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
In: Baumeister, Hubert; Marchesi, Michele and Holcombe, Mike eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference, XP 2005, Sheffield, UK, June 18-23, 2005. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (3556) (pp. 100-108)
ISBN : 3-540-26277-6 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin, Germany
The characteristics of XP teams (2004)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
In: Eckstein, Jutta and Baumeister, Hubert eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (3092) (pp. 135-147)
ISBN : 3540221379 | Publisher : Springer | Published : Berlin, Germany
The case for empirical studies of the practice of software development (2004)
Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Sharp, Helen
In: Jedlitschka, Andreas and Ciolkowski, Marcus eds. The Future of Empirical Studies in Software Engineering. Workshop Series on Empirical Software Engineering (pp. 98-107)
ISBN : 3816764185 | Publisher : Fraunhofer IRB Verlag | Published : Stuttgart, Germany
XP culture: why the twelve practices both are and are not the most significant thing (2003)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
In: Proceedings of the Conference on Agile Development (p 12)
ISBN : 769520138 | Publisher : IEEE
Agile development and user experience design integration as an ongoing achievement in practice (2012-08)
Ferreira, Jennifer; Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
In : Agile 2012 (13-17 August 2012, Dallas, TX) (pp. 11-20)
Is the writing on the wall for tabletops? (2009)
Pantidi, Nadia; Rogers, Yvonne and Robinson, Hugh
In : Proceedings of Interact 2009: 12th IFIP TC 13 International Conference (24-28 August 2009, Uppsala, Sweden) (pp. 125-137)
Can technology-rich spaces support multiple uses? (2008)
Pantidi, Nadia; Robinson, Hugh and Rogers, Yvonne
In : Proceedings of the 22nd British CHI Group Annual Conference on HCI 2008: People and Computers XXII: Culture, Creativity, Interaction (1-5 Sept 2008, Liverpool, UK) (pp. 135-138)
The Role of Story Cards and the Wall in XP teams: a distributed cognition perspective (2006-07-23)
Sharp, Helen; Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Furniss, Dominic
In : Agile Conference 2006 (23-28 Jul 2006, Minneapolis, USA) (pp. 65-75)
Organisational culture and XP: three case studies (2005-07-29)
Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen
In : Proceedings of the Agile Conference 2005 (24-29 July 2005, Denver, Colorado, USA)
Some social factors of software engineering: the maverick, community and technical practices (2005)
Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh
In : 27th International Conference on Software Engineering: 2005 Workshop on Human and Social Factors of Software Engineering (HSSE) (15-21 May 2005, St Louis, Missouri, USA)

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