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2014

Plonka, Laura; Sharp, Helen; Gregory, Peggy and Taylor, Katie (2014). UX design in agile: a DSDM case study. In: 15th International Conference on Agile Software Development (XP 2014), 26-30 May 2014, Rome, Italy, Springer.

2013

Abelein, Ulrike; Sharp, Helen and Paech, Barbara (2013). Does involving users in software development really influence system success? IEEE Software, 30(6) pp. 17–23.

Sharp, Helen; Lotz, Nicole; Blyth, Richard; Woodroffe, Mark; Rajah, Dino and Ranganai, Turugare (2013). A protocol study of novice interaction design behaviour in Botswana: solution-driven interaction design. In: BCS HCI Conference 2013, 9-13 September 2013, London.

Lotz, Nicole; Sharp, Helen; Woodroffe, Mark; Richard, Blyth; Rajah, Dino and Ranganai, Turugare (2013). Co-evolving problems and solutions: The case of novice interaction designers in Botswana and the UK. In: IASDR, 26-30 August, Tokyo, Japan, International Association of Societies of Design Research, pp. 1004–1015. file

Butler, Simon; Wermelinger, Michel; Yu, Yijun and Sharp, Helen (2013). INVocD: Identifier Name Vocabulary Dataset. In: 10th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories, 18-19 May 2013, San Francisco. filefile

2012

Dyba, Tore and Sharp, Helen (2012). What's the evidence for Lean? IEEE Software, 29(5) pp. 19–21. file

Blyth, Richard; Schadewitz, Nicole; Sharp, Helen; Woodroffe, Mark; Rajah, Dino and Turugare, Ranganai (2012). A frame signature matrix for analysing and comparing interaction design behaviour. In: BCS HCI Conference, 12-14 September 2012, Birmingham. file

Ferreira, Jennifer; Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2012). Agile development and user experience design integration as an ongoing achievement in practice. In: Agile 2012, 13-17 August 2012, Dallas, TX, pp. 11–20.

Bergin, Joseph; Eckstein, Jutta; Volter, Markus; Sipos, Marianna; Wallingford, Eugene; Marquardt, Klaus; Chandler, Jane; Sharp, Helen and Manns, Mary Lynn eds. (2012). Pedagogical Patterns: Advice For Educators. Joseph Bergin Software Tools.

Abdelnour-Nocera, Jose and Sharp, Helen (2012). Understanding conflicts in Agile adoption through technological frames. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 4(2) pp. 29–45.

Sharp, Helen; Giuffrida, Rosalba and Melnik, Grigori (2012). Information flow within a dispersed agile team: a distributed cognition perspective. In: 13th International Conference on Agile Software Development: XP2012 , 20-25 May 2012, Malmö Sweden, pp. 62–76.

Plonka, Laura; Sharp, Helen and van der Linden, Janet (2012). Disengagement in pair programming: does it matter? In: ICSE 2012, 02-09 June 2012, Zurich, pp. 496–506.

Petre, Marian; Sharp, Helen and Freudenberg, Sallyann (2012). The mystery of the writing that isn’t on the wall: differences in public representations in traditional and agile software development. In: 5th International Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE 2012), 2-9 June 2012, Zurich, Switzerland. file

2011

Sach, Rien; Sharp, Helen and Petre, Marian (2011). Software engineers’ perceptions of factors in motivation. In: 5th International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, ESEM 2011, 22-23 September 2011, Banff, Alberta, Canada. file

Sach, Rien; Sharp, Helen and Petre, Marian (2011). What makes software engineers go that extra mile? In: 23rd Annual Psychology of Programming Interest Group 2011, 6-8 September 2011, York, UK. file

Rogers, Yvonne; Sharp, Helen and Preece, Jenny (2011). Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction (3rd ed). Chichester: Wiley.

Butler, Simon; Wermelinger, Michel; Yu, Yijun and Sharp, Helen (2011). Improving the tokenisation of identifier names. In: 25th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming , 25-29 Jul 2011, Lancaster, UK, Springer Verlag, pp. 130–154. file

Plonka, Laura; Segal, Judith; Sharp, Helen and van der Linden, Janet (2011). Collaboration in Pair Programming: driving and switching. In: XP 2011 : 12th International Conference on Agile Software Development, 10-13 May 2011. file

Butler, Simon; Wermelinger, Michel; Yu, Yijun and Sharp, Helen (2011). Mining Java Class Naming Conventions. In: 27th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance, 25-30 September 2011, Williamsburg, VA, USA, pp. 93–102. filefile

Ferreira, Jennifer; Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2011). User experience design and agile development: managing cooperation through articulation work. Software: Practice and Experience, 41(9) pp. 963–974. file

Sharp, Helen and Yu, Yijun (2011). Analysing requirements in a case study of pairing. In: Workdhop on Agile Requirements Engineering (Agile RE) at ECOOP 2011 25th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, 26 July 2011, Lancaster, UK. file

2010

Freudenberg, SallyAnn and Sharp, Helen (2010). The top 10 burning research questions from practitioners. IEEE Software, 27(5) pp. 8–9. file

Sach, Rien; Petre, Marian and Sharp, Helen (2010). The use of MBTI in software engineering. In: 22nd Annual Psychology of Programming Interest Group 2010, 19-22 September 2010, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. file

Sach, Rien; Sharp, Helen and Petre, Marian (2010). Continued Involvement in Software Development: Motivational Factors. In: The 2010 ACM-IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, 16-17 Sep 2010, Bolzano, Italy, ACM, pp. 331–334. file

Butler, Simon; Wermelinger, Michel; Yu, Yijun and Sharp, Helen (2010). Exploring the Influence of Identifier Names on Code Quality: An empirical study. In: 14th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 15-18 March 2010, Madrid, Spain, pp. 156–165. file

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2010). Collaboration, communication and coordination in Agile software development practice. In: Mistrík, Ivan; Grundy, John; Hoek, André and Whitehead, Jim eds. Collaborative Software Engineering. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 93–108. file

Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2010). Three ‘c’s of agile practice: collaboration, coordination and communication. In: Dingsøyr, Torgeir; Dybå, Tore and Moe, Nils Brede eds. Agile Software Development: Current Research and Future Directions. Berlin: Springer, pp. 61–85.

2009

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2009). The emergence of object-oriented technology: the role of community. Behaviour and Information Technology, 28(3) pp. 211–222.

Hall, Tracy; Baddoo, Nathan; Beecham, Sarah; Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2009). A systematic review of theory use in studies investigating the motivations of software engineers. ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, 18(3), article no. 10.

Sharp, Helen; Robinson, Hugh and Petre, Marian (2009). The role of physical artefacts in agile software development: Two complementary perspectives. Interacting with Computers, 21(1-2) pp. 108–116.

Sharp, Helen; Baddoo, Nathan; Beecham, Sarah; Hall, Tracy and Robinson, Hugh (2009). Models of motivation in software engineering. Information and Software Technology, 51(1) pp. 219–233. file

Butler, Simon; Wermelinger, Michel; Yu, Yijun and Sharp, Helen (2009). Relating identifier naming flaws and code quality: An empirical study. In: 16th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering, 13-16 October 2009, Lille, France. file

2008

Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2008). Collaboration and co-ordination in mature eXtreme programming teams. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 66(7) pp. 506–518. file

Beecham, Sarah; Baddoo, Nathan; Hall, Tracy; Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2008). Motivation in software engineering: a systematic literature review. Information and Software Technology, 50(9-10) pp. 860–878. file

Hall, Tracy; Sharp, Helen; Beecham, Sarah; Baddoo, Nathan and Robinson, Hugh (2008). What do we know about developer motivation? IEEE Software, 25(4) pp. 92–94.

2007

Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Sharp, Helen (2007). Ethnographically-informed empirical studies of software practice. Information and Software Technology, 49(6) pp. 540–551.

Capiluppi, A.; Fernandez-Ramil, J.; Higman, J.; Sharp, H.C. and Smith, N. (2007). An Empirical Study of the Evolution of an Agile-Developed Software System. In: 29th International Conference on Software Engineering, 20-26 May 2007, Minneapolis, USA.

Nocera, Jose Abdelnour; Dunckley, Lynne and Sharp, Helen (2007). An approach to the evaluation of usefulness as a social construct using technological frames. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 22(1-2) pp. 153–172. file

Sharp, Helen; Rogers, Yvonne and Preece, Jenny (2007). Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. Second Edition. UK: John Wiley.

Olsen, Anneli; Rogers, Yvonne and Sharp, Helen (2007). The snap method. In: Beyond Current User Research: Designing Methods for New Users, Technologies, and Design Processes, 27 April 2007, San Jose, California, USA.

2006

Sharp, Helen; Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Furniss, Dominic (2006). The Role of Story Cards and the Wall in XP teams: a distributed cognition perspective. In: Agile Conference 2006, 23-28 Jul 2006, Minneapolis, USA, IEEE, pp. 65–75. file

Chamberlain, Stephanie; Sharp, Helen and Maiden, Neil (2006). Towards a framework for integrating agile development and user-centred design. In: Abrahamsson, Pekka; Marchesi, Michele and Succi, Giancarlo eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering: 7th International Conference, XP 2006, Oulu, Finland, June 17-22, 2006. Proceedings. Springer Berlin, pp. 143–153.

Sharp, Helen; Petre, Marian and Johnson, Jeffrey (2006). Complexity through combination: an account of knitwear design. Design Studies, 27(2) pp. 183–222. file

Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2006). A distributed cognition account of mature XP teams. In: Abrahamsson, P.; Marchesi, M. and Succi, G. eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4044/2006. Berlin, Germany: Springer, pp. 1–10.

2005

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2005). Organisational culture and XP: three case studies. In: Proceedings of the Agile Conference 2005, 24-29 July 2005, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Sharp, Helen; Woodman, Mark and Hovenden, Fiona (2005). Using metaphor to analyse qualitative data: Vulcans and Humans in software development. Empirical Software Engineering, 10(3) 343 -365.

Segal, Judith; Grinyer, Antony and Sharp, Helen (2005). The type of evidence produced by empirical software engineers. In: ed. Proceedings of the 2005 workshop on Realising evidence-based software engineering. New York, NY, USA: ACM Press, pp. 1–4.

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2005). The social side of technical practices. 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 (3556). Berlin, Germany: Springer, pp. 100–108.

Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2005). Some social factors of software engineering: the maverick, community and technical practices. 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.

2004

Sharp, Helen and Robinson, Hugh (2004). An Ethnographic study of XP practice. Empirical Software Engineering, 9(4) pp. 353–375.

Sharp, Helen; Woodman, Mark and Hovenden, Fiona (2004). Tensions around the adoption and evolution of software quality management systems: a discourse analytic approach. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 61(2) pp. 219–236.

Minocha, Shailey and Sharp, Helen (2004). Learner-Centred Design and Evaluation of Web-Based E-Learning Environments. In: The 7th HCI Educators Workshop: Effective Teaching and Training in HCI, 1-2 April 2004, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. file

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2004). The characteristics of XP teams. In: Eckstein, Jutta and Baumeister, Hubert eds. Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (3092). Berlin, Germany: Springer, pp. 135–147.

Robinson, Hugh; Segal, Judith and Sharp, Helen (2004). The case for empirical studies of the practice of software development. In: Jedlitschka, Andreas and Ciolkowski, Marcus eds. The Future of Empirical Studies in Software Engineering. Workshop Series on Empirical Software Engineering, 2. Stuttgart, Germany: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, pp. 98–107.

Haley, Debra; Nuseibeh, Bashar; Sharp, Helen and Taylor, Josie (2004). The conundrum of categorising requirements: managing requirements for learning on the move. In: 12th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'04), 6-10 Sept 2004, Kyoto, Japan. file

2003

Robinson, Hugh and Sharp, Helen (2003). XP culture: why the twelve practices both are and are not the most significant thing. In: ed. Proceedings of the Conference on Agile Development. IEEE, p. 12.

Sharp, Helen; Taylor, Josie; Löber, Andreas; Frohberg, Dirk; Mwanza, Daisy and Murelli, Elena (2003). Establishing user requirements for a mobile learning environment. In: Conference proceedings of Eurescom 2003, 29 Sept- 1 Oct 2003, Heidelberg, Germany. file

2002

Preece, Jenny; Rogers, Yvonne and Sharp, Helen eds. (2002). Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. John Wiley.

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