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PPIG 2015 Photos

PPIG 2015 Photos

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Hotel Miramar by the sea

Venue of the 26th PPIG conference
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Bournemouth pier

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Bournemouth beach huts

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Presenting to the assembled PPIGers

Lightning talk: Using Raspberry Pi platforms to tesch programming Principles by Sofia Meacham
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PPIGers

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Sylvia da Rosa

Paper: The construction of knowledge of basic algorithms and data structures by novice learners
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Sofia Meacham

Lightning Talk: Using Raspberry Pi to teach programming principles
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Lunchtime to appreciate zipwire

Clayton Lewis's slide in the Lightning Talk includes a hidden message. Once revealed, it's an entry to the contest to include "zipwire" in a talk.
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Richard Bornat asks for help in his Lightning Talk

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Catching up online before session 4

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Advait Sarkar

Paper: The impact of syntax colouring on program comprehension
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Setting up before Giovanna's presentation

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Giovanna Maria Dimitri

Paper: The impact of Syntax Highlighting in Sonic Pi
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Giovanna clarifies on paper

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Sine McDougall

Lightning Talk: The eyes may not have it: decision-making does not always relate to where we attend on interfaces
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Angela Gosling, brain scientist

Winner of the Best Understatement Ever "I'm not an electronics person, I'm just a brain scientist".
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Angela Gosling, not calling time out

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Angela Gosling

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Tea break remnants

With pink piggy sweet snacks on the registration table
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Alan Blackwell

Listening intently to interesting discussion during the break.
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Discussions continue through the break

L-R: Clayton Lewis, Alan Blackwell, Frank Wales
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Thomas introduces the Doctoral Consortium Overview

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Emira Daka

Paper: Improving Readability of Automatically Generated Unit Tests (Doctoral Consortium Overview)
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manual_lazy_haves

Winner Simon Butler, for neologism that led to a new prize (manual_lazy_haves).
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Simon Butler

Paper: Analysing Java Identifier Names in the Wild (Doctoral Consortium Overview)
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Conference dinner

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Russel Winder

Keynote: Tales from the Workshops: A sequence of vignettes, episodes, observations, and reflections on many years of trying to teach people programming
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Wot no Python?

An annotation on one of the slides in Russel Winder's keynote talk.
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Mariana Mărășoiu

Paper: An empirical investigation of code completion usage by professional software developers by Mariana Mărășoiu; Luke Church; Alan Blackwell
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Richard Bornat

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Clayton Lewis

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Luke Church

Mid-question after Mariana's presentation.
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Antranig Basman

Work in Progress: Harmonious Authorship from Different Representations by Antranig Basman, Colin Clark & Clayton Lewis
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Antranig Basman

Work in Progress: Harmonious Authorship from Different Representations by Antranig Basman, Colin Clark & Clayton Lewis
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Richard Bornat

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Always take flight

A slide from Antranig Basman's slides. "Don't get involved in partial problems, but always take flight to where there is a free view over the whole single great problem, even if this view is still not a clear one. L. Wittgenstein, Journal Notes, 1 November 1914
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Simon Butler

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Thomas Green opens the prize-giving

Prizes were given for the announced and unannounced contests during the workshop.
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Prize for Clayton Lewis (right)

For hiding zipwire in letters in one of his slides (and later revealing them).
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Prizes for Simon Butler

For including balloon, zipwire and cherry within his presentation, and for neologism that led to a new prize (manual_lazy_haves).
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