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2010Keynote
PLATEAU 2010 Keynote Title: The Fitness Function for Programming Languages: A Matter of Taste? Programming languages elicit an almost religious fervor among thei...
r3 - 25 Oct 2011 - 16:22 by craig
2010Program
PLATEAU 2010 Workshop Program Time Activity Session 1 Programming Language Design, and Tool User Studies (Chair: Craig Anslow) 0830 0900 Welcome...
r27 - 25 Oct 2011 - 13:10 by craig
2011Keynote
PLATEAU 2011 Keynote Title: Inherent vs. Accidental vs. Intentional Difficulties in Programming It is the conventional wisdom that some aspects of programming a...
r9 - 09 Nov 2012 - 11:36 by craig
2011Program
PLATEAU 2011 Workshop Program The workshop will take place in the Pavilion East Room. Time Activity Session 1 Welcome and Keynote (Chair: Emerson Murphy H...
r2 - 28 Apr 2015 - 02:16 by craig
Links
Links Related Research Groups and Sites * Natural Programming Project Carnegie Mellon University * End Users Shaping Effective Software EUSES Consort...
r12 - 17 Apr 2012 - 13:24 by craig
Program
PLATEAU 2011 Workshop Program The workshop will take place in the Pavilion East Room. Time Activity Session 1 Welcome and Keynote (Chair: Emerson Murphy H...
r25 - 03 Dec 2011 - 16:08 by craig
ProgramTemp
PLATEAU 2011 Workshop Program Time Activity Session 1 Welcome and Keynote (Chair: Emerson Murphy Hill) 0830 0900 Welcome and Introductions: Emerson ...
r3 - 21 Sep 2011 - 15:37 by craig
WebHome
Workshop on Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools (PLATEAU) Main Themes and Goals At the Programming Languages Grand Challenges panel at ...
r62 - 15 Mar 2016 - 13:09 by craig
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r36 - 04 Jul 2014 - 05:45 by craig
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