Hard Competencies Satisfaction Levels for Software Engineers : A Unified Framework
Assyne, N. (2019). Hard Competencies Satisfaction Levels for Software Engineers : A Unified Framework. In S. Hyrynsalmi, M. Suoranta, A. Nguyen-Duc, P. Tyrväinen, & P. Abrahamsson (Eds.), ICSOB 2019 : 10th International Conference of Software Business (pp. 345-350). Springer. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 370. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33742-1_27
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Software engineer’s/developer’s competency has long been established as a key pillar for the development of software. Nevertheless, the satisfaction levels derived from using a competency needs more investigation. The aim of this paper is to propose a framework for identifying hard competencies and their satisfaction levels. The paper contributes to the software engineering competency research by highlighting the satisfaction levels of hard competence for the benefit of the educators (academia), software engineers and users of software competence (practitioner).
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