I am a research assistant in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Concordia University, Canada, where I work under the supervision of Prof. Emad Shihab as a member of the Data-driven Analysis of Software Lab (DAS). I consider myself a passionate developer who loves to do research that makes a difference and improves the lives of others. My general research area is Software Engineering. I am particularly interested in develop solutions that can help software practitioners improve their software. My work is well received and used by industry, and I often contribute to open-source projects.
- Mining Software Repositories
- Software Ecosystems
- Release Engineering
- Machine Learning on Code
- Defect Prediction and Avoidance
- Distributed Systems including Web Services
- Cloud Computing
- Software Architecture
- Mar 2021: Our paper “Helping or not helping? Why and how trivial packages impact the npm ecosystem” was accepted at EMSE!
- Feb 2021: Our paper “Breaking Type-Safety in Go: An Empirical Study on the Usage of the unsafe Package” was accepted at IEEE TSE!
- Feb 2021: Our paper “On the Removal of Feature Toggles” was accepted at EMSE!