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An Experimental Research on the Relationships between Preferences for Technical Activities and Behavioural Profile in Software Development

Fabio Q. B. da SilvaAna Cristina F. César

This article describes a survey conducted to identify correlations between preferences for technical activities and behavioral profiles for work in a team of software engineers. The context of the research was software engineering undergraduate students at State University of Pernambuco, Brazil. The information about preferences and behavior obtained in a field study involving 100 students received a statistical treatment using the Spearman rank correlation coefficient. The results contributed to a better understanding of the construction of effective software development teams

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