I am a Master of Computer Science candidate at the University of Victoria. I hold an undergraduate degree in computer science (Software engineering option) and a Business minor from the University of Victoria. I joined SEGAL Labs as an undergraduate researcher in April 2014 and was able to transition into my current program.
My research is focused on socio-technical congruences, and identifying technical dependencies that exist in software ecosystems.
Kelly Blincoe, Francis Harrison, and Daniela Damian. Ecosystems in GitHub and a Method for Ecosystem Identification using Reference Coupling. In Proceedings of the 12th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR ’15), Florence, Italy, 2015. (preprint)
Maria Paasivaara, Kelly Blincoe, Casper Lassenius, Daniela Damian, Jyoti Sheoran, Francis Harrison, Prashant Chhabra, Aminah Yussuf, and Veikko Isotalo. Learning Global Agile Software Engineering Using Same-Site and Cross-Site Teams. In Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE’15) Joint SE Education and Training (JSEET) Track, Florence, Italy, 2015
Lloyd Montgomery, Guy Evans, Francis Harrison, and Daniela Damian. Towards a Live Anonymous Question Queue to Address Student Apprehension. The 20th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education. (WCCCE) May 2015.
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