Rodrigo Bonifacio
Rodrigo Bonifacio
Computer Science Department, University of Brasilia
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Modeling scenario variability as crosscutting mechanisms
R Bonifácio, P Borba
Proceedings of the 8th ACM international conference on Aspect-oriented …, 2009
812009
Adopting DevOps in the real world: A theory, a model, and a case study
WP Luz, G Pinto, R Bonifácio
Journal of Systems and Software 157, 110384, 2019
302019
Understanding the exception handling strategies of Java libraries: An empirical study
D Sena, R Coelho, U Kulesza, R Bonifácio
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mining Software …, 2016
292016
Hephaestus: A tool for managing product line variabilities
R Bonifácio, L Teixeira, P Borba
III SBCARS, 26-34, 2009
282009
Managing variability in business processes: an aspect-oriented approach
I Machado, R Bonifácio, V Alves, L Turnes, G Machado
Proceedings of the 2011 international workshop on Early aspects, 25-30, 2011
272011
Semantic dependencies and modularity of aspect-oriented software
AC Neto, M de Medeiros Ribeiro, M Dósea, R Bonifácio, P Borba, ...
First International Workshop on Assessment of Contemporary Modularization …, 2007
252007
The discipline of preprocessor-based annotations-does# ifdef TAG n't# endif matter
R Malaquias, M Ribeiro, R Bonifácio, E Monteiro, F Medeiros, A Garcia, ...
2017 IEEE/ACM 25th International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC …, 2017
202017
Are static analysis violations really fixed? a closer look at realistic usage of sonarqube
D Marcilio, R Bonifácio, E Monteiro, E Canedo, W Luz, G Pinto
2019 IEEE/ACM 27th International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC …, 2019
182019
Building a collaborative culture: A grounded theory of well succeeded DevOps adoption in practice
W Luz, G Pinto, R Bonifácio
12th International Symposium on 
 Empirical Software Engineering and …, 2018
182018
Evaluating scenario-based SPL requirements approaches: the case for modularity, stability and expressiveness
M Alférez, R Bonifácio, L Teixeira, P Accioly, U Kulesza, A Moreira, ...
Requirements Engineering 19 (4), 355-376, 2014
172014
A design rule language for aspect-oriented programming
AC Neto, R Bonifácio, M Ribeiro, CE Pontual, P Borba, F Castor
Journal of Systems and Software 86 (9), 2333-2356, 2013
162013
On the benefits of variability management as crosscutting
R Bonifácio, P Borba, S Soares
Early Aspects Workshop at AOSD, 2008
16*2008
An Experience Report on the Adoption of Microservices in Three Brazilian Government Institutions
W Luz, E Agilar, MC de Oliveira, CER de Melo, G Pinto, R Bonifácio
Proceedings of the XXXII Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering, 32-41, 2018
152018
Extraction of configurable and reusable microservices from legacy systems: an exploratory study
L Carvalho, A Garcia, WKG Assunção, R Bonifácio, LP Tizzei, TE Colanzi
Proceedings of the 23rd International Systems and Software Product Line …, 2019
122019
Work practices and challenges in continuous integration: A survey with Travis CI users
G Pinto, F Castor, R Bonifacio, M Rebouças
Software: Practice and Experience 48 (12), 2223-2236, 2018
122018
Managing SPL variabilities in UAV Simulink models with Pure: variants and Hephaestus
E Steiner, P Masiero, R Bonifácio
CLEI Electronic Journal 16 (1), 7-7, 2013
122013
Analyzing class and crosscutting modularity with design structure matrixes
MM Ribeiro, M Dósea, R Bonifácio, A Costa Neto, P Borba, S Soares
122007
C-3PR: A Bot for Fixing Static Analysis Violations via Pull Requests
A Carvalho, W Luz, D Marcilio, R Bonifácio, G Pinto, ED Canedo
SANER 2020, 2020
112020
The use of C++ exception handling constructs: A comprehensive study
R Bonifacio, F Carvalho, GN Ramos, U Kulesza, R Coelho
Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM), 2015 IEEE 15th International …, 2015
102015
Comparing two black-box testing strategies for software product lines
P Accioly, P Borba, R Bonifacio
2012 Sixth Brazilian Symposium on Software Components, Architectures and …, 2012
102012
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