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2019
R. Bowman and Church, L., Challenging users’ perceptions of decision boundaries in machine learning systems, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., Choosers: The design and evaluation of a visual algorithmic music composition language for non-programmers, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2019.
C. Clark, Shahi, S., Bates, S., and Lewis, C., Coding to Learn and Create: New Modes of Programming for Learners Who Have Been Left Out, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
A. Basman, The Naturalist’s Friend: A case study and blueprint for pluralist data tools and infrastructure, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
B. Becker, Parlez-vous Java? Bonjour La Monde != Hello World: Barriers to Programming Language Acquisition for Non-Native English Speakers, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
M. Petre, Van Der Hoek, A., and Bowers, D., Software design as multiple contrasting dialogues, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., Toward meaningful algorithmic music-making for non-programmers, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
B. Bubnic, Towards a Consensus about Computational Thinking Skills: Identifying Agreed Relevant Dimensions, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
A. F. Blackwell and Church, L., Usability of Probabilistic Programming Languages, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
A. F. Blackwell and Church, L., Usability of Probabilistic Programming Languages, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.
2018
A. F. Blackwell, A Craft Practice of Programming Language Research, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2018.
A. Basman, What Lies in the Path of the Revolution, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2018.
2017
A. Basman, If What We Made Were Real, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
A. Qahmash, Joy, M., and Boddison, A., Investigating high-achieving students’ code-writing abilities through the SOLO taxonomy, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
M. Pasini, Solitro, U., Brondino, M., and Raccanello, D., The role of the cognitive style in improving the learning to program, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
M. Csernoch and Biró, P., Sprego, End-user Programming in Spreadsheets, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
M. Hadhrawi, Blackwell, A. F., and Church, L., A Systematic Literature Review of Cognitive Dimensions, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
M. Mărășoiu and Blackwell, A. F., User experiences in a visual analytics business, presented at the 05/2017, PPIG 2017 - 28th Annual Conference, 2017.
2016
A. Basman, Building Software is Not (Yet) a Craft, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
M. Pasini, Solitro, U., Brondino, M., and Raccanello, D., The Challenge of Learning to Program: motivation and achievement emotions in an eXtreme Apprenticeship experience, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
M. Gorinova, Prince, K., Meakins, S., Vuylsteke, A., Jones, M., and Blackwell, A. F., The End-User Programming Challenge of Data Wrangling, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
A. Stratton, Dearden, A., and Bates, C., Investigating Domain-Specific Visual Languages for Interactive Exhibitions, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
J. Lockwood, Mooney, A., and Bergin, S., A neurofeedback system to promote learner engagement, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
P. A. Orlov, Bednarik, R., and Orlova, L., Programmers’ experiences with working in the restricted-view mode as indications of parafoveal processing differences, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
K. Quille and Bergin, S., Programming: Further Factors that Influence Success, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
A. Basman, Church, L., Klokmose, C., and Clark, C., Software and How it Lives On - Embedding Live Programs in the World Around Them, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
T. J. Allen and Bidjerano, T., Tracking the Novice Programmer, presented at the 09/29016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
A. F. Blackwell, Vernacular Languages for Mechatronic Making, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
N. Pope, Hudnott, E., Foss, J., and Beynon, M., Whither with 'with'? – new prospects for programming, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
2015
S. Butler, Analysing Java Identifier Names in the Wild, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
M. Mărășoiu, Church, L., and Blackwell, A. F., An empirical investigation of code completion usage by professional software developers, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
A. Basman, Clark, C., and Lewis, C., Harmonious Authorship from Different Representations, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
2014
R. Biddle, Beyond Usable Security, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., A cognitive dimensions analysis of interaction design for algorithmic composition software, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
T. Busjahn, Schulte, C., and Kropp, E., Developing Coding Schemes for Program Comprehension using Eye Movements, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
A. F. Blackwell, Aaron, S., and Drury, R., Exploring Creative Learning for the Internet of Things era, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
R. Hosseini, Vihavainen, A., and Brusilovsky, P., Exploring Problem Solving Paths in a Java Programming Course, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
R. Boyatt, Beynon, M., and Beynon, M., Ghosts of programming past, present and yet to come, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
R. Boyatt, Beynon, M., and Beynon, M., Ghosts of programming past, present and yet to come, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
R. Boyatt, Beynon, M., and Beynon, M., Ghosts of programming past, present and yet to come, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
A. G. Stead and Blackwell, A. F., Learning Syntax as Notational Expertise when using DrawBridge, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
L. Benvenuti and van der Veer, G. C., The Object-Relational impedance mismatch from a cognitive point of view, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
2012
M. Berry, The design and implementation of a notional machine for teaching introductory programming, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
T. Busjahn, An empirical study on program comprehension using eye tracking and think aloud, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2012, 2012.
R. Bednarik and Orlov, P. A., Investigating the role of programmers’ peripheral vision: a gaze-contingent tool and an experiment proposal, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.
R. Bornat, Dehnadi, S., and Barton, D., Observing Mental Models in Novice Programmers, presented at the 11/2012, PPIG 2012 - 24th Annual Workshop, 2012.

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