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Jens Lincke

Jens Lincke is a research assistant and Ph.D. candidate at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) at the University of Potsdam. He is amember of the Software Architecture Group and involved in the "Agile Software Development in Virtual Collaboration Environments" project. His current research interests focus on end-user development, distributed agile software development, and collaboration environments.
Jens holds an engineering degree (Dipl.-Ing.) from the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, where he studied Computational Visualistics from 2001 to 2007.

Projects

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Exploring Means to Grow a Shared Vocabulary Between Programmers and Domain Experts

Professor Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Software engineering is a multi-disciplinary profession that involves not only … > mehr

Agile Software Development

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Agile software development processes are iterative and incremental, embracing … > mehr

Programming Perspectives

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Agile software development and Design Thinking share values and principles. This … > mehr

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible Artifacts into Programming Activities

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract As programming can be considered one of the most creative activities, it needs … > mehr

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? II Data-driven Tool Construction for Integrating Tangible Artifacts into Programming Activities

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract As programming can be considered one of the most creative activities, it needs … > mehr

Can Design Thinking Improve Programming? Exploring Means to Grow a Shared Vocabulary Between Programmers and Domain Experts

PI: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld Abstract Programmers collaborate continuously with do-main experts to explore the problem … > mehr