I joined Microsoft in Cambridge early 2013. I’m now working for the Tools for Software Engineers (TSE) group in Redmond.
In general, my research is concerned with empirical software engineering and in particular mining software repositories and improving test and verification processes. My current work focuses on helping product teams to improve their development process experiences by providing analytics and tools that help them thrive development faster while maintaining or even increasing quality.
To find out more about my current work please visit our TSE team site (opens in new tab), check my current publications below, or simply drop me an email. Even more info on my personal homepage (opens in new tab).