Bocoup Launches Study to Measure Impact of Open Work on Developer Well-Being

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Bocoup, an open source technology and design consulting company, is recruiting for a new study that aims to “measure the impact of open work on developer well-being and productivity.” The company is partnering with MIT and UCLA to develop an open work email-bot that will interact with organizations that sign up to participate. The study is open to teams that use source control.
“We’re defining ‘open work’ as a project where tasks/work product are/can be shared outside the group immediately responsible for those tasks,” Bocoup Director of Research Boaz Sender said.
Participating organizations will get hooked up with Bocoup’s email-bot, which offers tools for recognizing team members or open source community members for their contributions to projects....

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