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PPIG 2006 Call for Participation

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The 18th Annual Psychology of Programming workshop is to be held from September 7-8 in Brighton, UK. It's is co-located with IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC'06) and SoftVis'06.

Conferences, Workshops and Call for Papers

Computers in Human Behavior Journal Special Issue : Integration of Human Factors in Networked Computing

With the advancement of the World Wide Web, networked computing has become an essential determinant on how people access and exchange information. The integration of human factors in networked computing has the intrinsic goal of improving the effectiveness of computer-to-human interaction and, ultimately, of human-to-human communication.

Whatever Happened to Empirical Studies of Programmers?

by Alan Blackwell

Those familiar with PPIG would probably have heard of the Empirical Studies of Programmers (ESP) series of workshops. The following brief history was written in response to a query on the PPIG mailing list, asking whatever happened to ESP.

The ESP series was managed by the USA-based Empirical Studies of Programmers Foundation. The last published list of the Board of Directors of that Foundation (in 1997) was Deborah Boehm-Davis, Wayne Gray, Thomas Moher, Jean Scholtz and James Spohrer.

PPIG WIP 2006 Call for Papers - Unroll Your Ideas

January 12-13 2006
Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK

PPIG aims to bring together people working in a variety of disciplines and to break down cross-disciplinary barriers.

PPIG 2006 Announcement

The PPIG 2006 workshop will be co-located with the ACM Symposium on Software Visualization (Softvis 06) and the IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing in Brighton, UK. More information about Softvis can be found in the conference and call for papers section of this newsletter.

Aims and Scope

The annual PPIG workshop is a forum in which researchers concerned with cognitive factors in software engineering can present and discuss recent results, findings and developments.

Conferences, Workshops and Call for Papers

SIGCSE (Computer Science Education)

1-5 March 2006
Houston, Texas, USA.
Conference website

Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEET)

April 19-21 2006
Hawaii
Conference website

International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)

June 14-16 2006
Athens, Greece
Conference website

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SPA2005 - Software Practice Advancement

April 10-13, 2005
The Robinson Centre, Bedfordshire, England

SPA2005 explores the following issues:

Technology: Technology is the bottom line in software. Topics include:

PPIG WIP 2004 Call for Papers

Unroll Your Ideas: a work-in-progress meeting of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group

16-17 December 2004
University of Nottingham, UK

PPIG aims to bring together people working in a variety of disciplines and to break down cross-disciplinary barriers.

Conferences, Workshops and Call for Papers

VLFM'04: Visual Languages and Formal Methods

September 30, 2004
Rome, Italy

VLFM'04 is a workshop at the IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC'04).

More details regarding the workshop can be found at the workshop website.

Details about the VL/HCC'04 conference can be found on the conference website.

PPIG 2004 Call for Participation

Enda Dunican from the Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland will be hosting the 16th Annual PPIG workshop between Monday 5th April 2004 and Wednesday 7th April.

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