CWI Lectures - Understanding Software
The CWI lectures were a resounding success, including a large number of participants (> 200), interesting presentations and discussion. It was a very warm "thank you" to Paul Klint. Thank you for your presence and contributions to this event.
Here is the list of registered participants, for your information (excluding participants who have selected to remain anonymous).
The speakers have made the following slides available:
- Paul Klint - Understanding Software
- Mark van den Brand - Understanding new software artifacts: meta-models and model transformations analysis
- Joost Visser - Benchmarking Quality of Software Systems
- Jurgen Vinju - Understanding and Simplifying Software with the Rascal Meta-programming Language
- Krzystof Czarnecki - Understanding Variability
- Michael Godfrey - Does your mother know you're here? Understanding so6ware artifact provenance
- Stephane Ducasse - Software Visualization Applied
- Ralf Lämmel - Understanding Technological Spaces
We cordially invited you to attend the "CWI Lectures on Understanding Software" to be held on June 14th 2012 at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica in Amsterdam.
The program featured internationally renowned speakers, that represent different visions on understanding software. Understanding how to build better software is as important as understanding how existing software can be maintained and improved. The lectures are accessible for software engineering practitioners, software engineering students, business practitioners and academic researchers alike.
You will find links to the homepages of the speakers in the Speaker column and links to the abstracts of their talks in the Title colum of the program.
Should you have any questions regarding the CWI lectures, please contact Susanne.van.Dam@cwi.nl