volume 29, issue 10, Pe1894 2017
DOI: 10.1002/smr.1894
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Abstract: Abstract Context Technical debt refers to the consequences of taking shortcuts when developing software. These consequences can impede the software growth and have financial implications. The software engineering research community needs to explore technical debt further from a practitioner standpoint. Objective This study gathers insights from practitioners on key components of technical debt such as its definition, characterization, consequences, benefits, and how it is communicated. Method We conducted sem…

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