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2009 ICSE Workshop on Software Engineering Foundations for End User Programming
End-user programmers may not be aware of many software engineering practices that would add greater discipline to their efforts, and even if they are aware of them, these practices may seem too costly (in terms of time) to use. Without taking advantage of at least some of these practices, the software these end users create seems likely to continue to be less reliable than it could be. We are working on several ways of lowering both the perceived and actual costs of systematic softwaredoi:10.1109/seeup.2009.5071696 fatcat:3ksmys565re7rgai43stogcvdm