Behaviors and strategies in end-users' collaborative programming Public Deposited

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  • Traditionally, research into end-user programming has focused on how to make programming more accessible to end users conducting the programming activities all by themselves. However, few researchers have considered introducing the concept of collaborative programming into the area of end-user programming, and how the programming environments and devices should be designed to assist end users' collaborative programming activities. To help understand how end users may behave while doing collaborative programming, and further improve the usability of the programming environment for end users practicing collaborative programming, we are working to investigate how end users doing collaborative programming may behave in the given programming environment, what kind of strategies they take to efficiently communicate with the working environment, what kind of responses they expect from the working environment, and how they interact further with the working environment. In this thesis, we present the analysis of behaviors and strategies of end-user collaborative programming activities we found in a think aloud study.
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