Socha paper wins prize at software engineering conference

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A paper written by University of Washington Bothell’s David Socha, assistant professor in the School of STEM’s Computing and Software Systems Division, and collaborators has been awarded first prize at a software engineering conference.

The paper is titled "Wide-Field Ethnography: Studying Software Engineering in 2025 and Beyond." It won sponsorship from the Computing Community Consortium for the best paper in the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) Visions of 2025 and Beyond Track.

The award will be presented to Socha and collaborators (Robin Adams, Kelly Franznick, Wolff-Michael Roth, Kevin Sullivan, Josh Tenenberg, and Skip Walter) on May 19 during the ICSE conference in Austin, Texas.