Editor's Note: In this contribution to the series on Hackers, Makers, and Engineers, she tells us about her research on relationships to technological change in a long-lived NASA-ESA software infrastructure project. Her research considers how people live alongside technological change, inhabit the temporal rhythms of computing work, and approach concerns of legacy, inheritance, and survival of computational practices as they contemplate the end of life of the mission.
|Publication date||21 Apr 2014|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Apr 2014|
- engineering studies
- long-lived systems
- infrastructure studies
- organizational ethnography