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Welcome to the Winter edition of the PPIG newsletter!

Many thanks to all contributors who helped to create this latest edition of the newsletter. I know there are many more of you out there waiting for the right moment to contribute! Remember, there is always a right moment.

This newsletter, like the workshop is a forum to share ideas. If you find something that may be of interest to us, please do tell. Similarly,opinion pieces are also greatly appreciated.

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Welcome to the Summer 2003 edition of the Psychology of Programming newsletter.  

It was nice to see so many of you at this years workshop.  Many thanks go to the workshop organisers at Keele University for doing a fantastic job, creating an entertaining, energetic and successful event.

In this issue, Jim Buckley presents a brief description of the last workshop.  This is then followed by some information about  PPIG '04, to be hosted by Enda Dunican.  More information will be available in due course.

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Welcome to the Winter 2003 edition of the Psychology of Programming newsletter.

This issue contains the first PPIG related bibliography. It reflects one of my research interests - cognitive models of programming. These days I am primarily a 'pragmatic programmer' (see book review) and have not had much opportunity to keep up with current (and also previous!) publications as I would have liked.

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Welcome to the Summer edition of the Psychology of Programming newsletter. This edition begins with a brief review of the last workshop held at Brunel University, kindly and skilfully organised by Jasna Kuljus.

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Welcome to the first PPIG newsletter of 2002. This newsletter contains preliminary details of the forthcoming PPIG workshop, as well as details about the new ESP (Empirical Studies of Programmers) symposium, which I know has been missed by many members of the PPIG community.

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Welcome to the Summer 2001 PPIG newsletter. This new issue presents a new column entitled Musings from the Trenches, meanderings through the never-ending torturous avenues of software development, this month given by PPIGer Fabrice Retkowsky following his entry to the cut and thrust, ever-changing world of e-business. If you know of any pitfalls or pearls (or perls?) of wisdom that we should all heed, please tell all.

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