I’m a Ph.D. candidate under the guidance of Margaret-Anne Storey at the University of Victoria and a member of the CHISEL group. I focus on software engineering, studying the interplay between developers, tools, their activities, and how it affects collaboration and communication. My current research aims to form a theory of knowledge in software engineering.

Prior to that, under the guidance of Amiram Yehudai and the mentorship of Ohad Barzilay, I studied opportunistic software development by building and evaluating a social media code recommendation system.

During summer of 2016, I’ve visited the Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) at Delft University of Technology.

I’m also very much interested in early-stage startups.


For additional information, please see the activities, awards, and publications pages.

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Alexey Zagalsky

Software Engineering Researcher

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