3rd International Workshop on Supporting Knowledge Collaboration in Software Development (KCSD2009)
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The creation of modern software systems requires knowledge from a wide range of domains: application domains, computer hardware and operating systems, algorithms, programming languages, vast amount of component libraries, development environments, the history of the software system, and users. Because few software developers have all the required knowledge, the development of software has to rely on distributed cognition by reaching into a complex networked world of information and computer mediated collaboration. The success of software development, therefore, hinges on how various stakeholders are able to share and combine their knowledge through cooperation, collaboration and co-construction.