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Proceedings of the 44th International Conference on Software Engineering
Massive data from software repositories and collaboration tools are widely used to study social aspects in software development. One question that several recent works have addressed is how a software project's size and structure influence team productivity, a question famously considered in Brooks' law. Recent studies using massive repository data suggest that developers in larger teams tend to be less productive than smaller teams. Despite using similar methods and data, other studies arguedoi:10.1145/3510003.3510619 fatcat:pxhmilqferawhihyfpwnvlwttq