PLATEAU 2011 Workshop Program

Time Activity
Session 1 Welcome and Keynote (Chair: Emerson Murphy-Hill)
0830-0900 Welcome and Introductions: Emerson Murphy Hill, Shane Markstrum
0900-1000 Keynote Presentation. Inherent vs. Accidental vs. Intentional Difficulties in Programming by Brad Myers
1000-1030 Morning Break
Session 2 Programming Languages and Programming (Chair: Shane Markstrum)
1030-1100 An Empirical Comparison of the Accuracy Rates of Novices using the Quorum, Perl, and Randomo Programming Languages. Andreas Stefik, Susanna Siebert, Melissa Stefik and Kim Slattery.
1100-1130 Heuristic Evaluation of Programming Language Features. Caitlin Sadowski and Sri Kurniawan.
1130-1200 How to Rate Programming Skills in Programming Experiments? A Preliminary, Exploratory Study based on University Marks, Pretests, and Self-Estimation. Stefan Hanenberg.
1200-1330 Lunch Break
Session 3 Tools (Chair: Caitlin Sadowski)
1330-1350 Capturing and Analyzing Low-Level Events from the Code Editor. Youngseok Yoon and Brad A. Myers.
1350-1410 The Need for Rich and Consistent Refactoring Usage Data. Mohsen Vakilian, Nicholas Chen, Stas Negara, Balaji Ambresh Rajkumar, Roshanak Zilouchian Moghaddam and Ralph E. Johnson.
1410-1430 Using Metaphors from Natural Discussion to Improve the Design of Arcum. Macneil Shonle, William Griswold and Sorin Lerner.
1430-1450 Designing Useful Tools for Developers. Thomas D. LaToza and Brad A. Myers.
1500-1530 Afternoon Break
Session 4 APIs, Metrics, DSLs, Program Comprehension (Chair: Donna Malayeri)
1530-1550 Are Object Protocols Burdensome? Ciera Jaspan and Jonathan Aldrich.
1550-1610 How Much Information Do Software Metrics Contain? Yossi Gil, Maayan Goldstein and Dany Moshkovitz.
1610-1630 Quality in Use of Domain Specific Language: a Case Study. Ankica Barisic, Vasco Amaral, Miguel Goulão and Bruno Barroca.
1630-1650 Categorization of Concerns - A categorical program comprehension model. Tim Frey and Marius Gelhausen.
1700-1730 Participant Feedback and Organizers Report
1730-1830 SPLASH Poster Session

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