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C. Martin, whack-­a­‐mole: exploring the effect of physical and virtual representations of arrays, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG Doctoral Consortium 2011, 2011.
J. Siddiqi and Khazaei, B., What are the 'Carry Over Effects' in changing from a Procedural to a Declarative Approach?, presented at the 01/1990, PPIG 1990 - 2nd Annual Workshop, 1990.
P. Hoskins, What are the characteristics of programming as a Threshold Concept in different populations (age groups)?, presented at the 07/2015, PPIG 2015 - 26th Annual Workshop, 2015.
S. Salinger and Prechelt, L., What Happens During Pair Programming, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.
A. F. Blackwell, What is Programming?, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
L. Carswell, What is the impact of individual student differences in providing strategies to teach introductory programming, presented at the 01/1997, PPIG 1997 - 9th Annual Workshop, 1997.
P. Navrat, What is the knowledge that knowledge based programming is based on?: An analysis, presented at the 04/1996, PPIG 1996 - 8th Annual Workshop, 1996.
A. Basman, What Lies in the Path of the Revolution, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2018.
R. Sach, Sharp, H., and Petre, M., What makes software engineers go that extra mile?, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
T. Ormerod, What Really Determines the Success of Novices Learning to Program?, presented at the 01/1991, PPIG 1991 - 3rd Annual Workshop, 1991.
R. Carn, What's So Special about Software for Software Development Tools?, presented at the 03/1991, Tool Evaluation Workshop 1991, 1991.
N. Birch, What's the use of it all?, presented at the 01/1997, PPIG 1997 - 9th Annual Workshop, 1997.
G. Kadoda, Which way up is your editor?, presented at the 09/1996, PPIG Student Workshop 1996, 1996.
N. Pope, Hudnott, E., Foss, J., and Beynon, M., Whither with 'with'? – new prospects for programming, presented at the 09/2016, PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference, 2016.
P. O'Shea, Who Really Needs to Program Today?, presented at the 01/1994, PPIG 1994 - 6th Annual Workshop, 1994.
L. Fernando Capretz and Ahmed, F., Why Do We Need Personality Diversity in Software Engineering?, ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, vol. 35, 2010.
S. Schwarz and Ben-Ari, M., Why Don't They Do What We Want Them to Do, presented at the 09/2006, PPIG 2006 - 18th Annual Workshop, 2006.
L. Church, Why PPIG matters beyond the P, presented at the 09/2011, PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop, 2011.
A. Hall, Wermelinger, M., Hirst, T., and Phithakkitnukoon, S., Wide, long, or nested data? Reconciling the machine and human viewpoints, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2018.
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S. Bryant, du Boulay, B., and Romero, P., XP and Pair Programming practices, presented at the 09/2006, 2006.
S. Bryant, XP: Taking the psychology of programming to the eXtreme, presented at the 04/2004, PPIG 2004 - 16th Annual Workshop, 2004.
M. Lechner, XP Team Psychology - An Inside View, presented at the 09/2008, PPIG 2008 - 20th Annual Workshop, 2008.

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