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A Study for Performance Indicators of Software Developer
The purposes of this study were to explore and construct the performance indicators for software developers. Three rounds of Delphi questionnaires were sent to the 15 experts. Descriptive statistics and T-test were used in the data analysis. The mayor findings of this study were as follows. 1. Seven indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″innovative research and develops″ by the experts. 2. Four indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″participating in project″ by the experts. 3. Nine indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″innovative ability″ by the experts. 4. Three indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″specialized knowledge and ability″ by the experts. 5. Six indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″attitude towards study″ by the experts. 6. Seven indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″working attitude″ by the experts. 7. Six indicators were rated as important performance indicators in ″communication and coordination in groups″ by the experts.
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