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Pandemic programming

Paul Ralph, Sebastian Baltes, Gianisa Adisaputri, Richard Torkar, Vladimir Kovalenko, Marcos Kalinowski, Nicole Novielli, Shin Yoo, Xavier Devroey, Xin Tan, Minghui Zhou, Burak Turhan (+5 others)
2020 Empirical Software Engineering  
Gianisa Adisaputri Master of Emergency Management (Auckland University of Technology), MD (Islamic State University Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta), is an emergency and disaster management consultant in Halifax  ...  For more information please visit: https://fac.ksu.edu.sa/ralkadi Affiliations Paul Ralph 1 · Sebastian Baltes 2 · Gianisa Adisaputri 1 · Richard Torkar 3,4 · Vladimir Kovalenko 5 · Marcos Kalinowski 6  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10664-020-09875-y pmid:32952438 pmcid:PMC7489196 fatcat:kcikfv3j7ffuvjkkex4wepjlre

Pandemic Programming: How COVID-19 affects software developers and how their organizations can help [article]

Paul Ralph, Sebastian Baltes, Gianisa Adisaputri, Richard Torkar, Vladimir Kovalenko, Marcos Kalinowski, Nicole Novielli, Shin Yoo, Xavier Devroey, Xin Tan, Minghui Zhou, Burak Turhan (+5 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Context. As a novel coronavirus swept the world in early 2020, thousands of software developers began working from home. Many did so on short notice, under difficult and stressful conditions. Objective. This study investigates the effects of the pandemic on developers' wellbeing and productivity. Method. A questionnaire survey was created mainly from existing, validated scales and translated into 12 languages. The data was analyzed using non-parametric inferential statistics and structural
more » ... ion modeling. Results. The questionnaire received 2225 usable responses from 53 countries. Factor analysis supported the validity of the scales and the structural model achieved a good fit (CFI = 0.961, RMSEA = 0.051, SRMR = 0.067). Confirmatory results include: (1) the pandemic has had a negative effect on developers' wellbeing and productivity; (2) productivity and wellbeing are closely related; (3) disaster preparedness, fear related to the pandemic and home office ergonomics all affect wellbeing or productivity. Exploratory analysis suggests that: (1) women, parents and people with disabilities may be disproportionately affected; (2) different people need different kinds of support. Conclusions. To improve employee productivity, software companies should focus on maximizing employee wellbeing and improving the ergonomics of employees' home offices. Women, parents and disabled persons may require extra support.
arXiv:2005.01127v3 fatcat:bshlpq3earhz3ksxakfq7du2ma

The Importance of Social Capital for Faith-Based Organizations in the New Normal Adaptation of West Sumatera

Inda Mustika Permata, Bima Jon Nanda, Rifki Dermawan
2021 Islam Realitas: Journal of Islamic & Social Studies  
It is /nu-ausaid-extend-aid-quake-victims.html> [accessed 18 November 2020]. 26 Gianisa Adisaputri, 'The Role of Religious Beliefs and Practices in Disaster: The Case Study of 2009 Earthquake in Padang  ...  ', Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2.January 1999 (1999), 5. 40 Adisaputri. 41 Andreana Reale, 'Acts of God(s): The Role of Religion in Disaster Risk Reduction', Humanitarian Practice  ... 
doi:10.30983/islam_realitas.v7i1.3728 fatcat:gxrrotrgtja6rmpyrd45osyyia