PPIG 2021 - 32nd Annual Workshop Upcoming session: 21 - 25 June, online

Mon June 21
1530 Keynote Alex Repenning
1630 Break
1640 Student difficulties in Unit Testing, Integration Testing and Continuous Integration: An exploratory pilot qualitative study Bhuvana Gopal, Stephen Cooper, Justin Olmanson and Ryan Bockmon
1720 A Data-Centered User Study for Proof Assistant Tools Hanneli Tavante
1740 Break
1750 Visualising Bayesian Probability in the Kalahari Alan Blackwell, Nicola Bidwell, Helen Arnold and Martin Ujakpa
1830 Close of technical sessions
Social events TBA
Tues June 22
1530 Breaking down and making up - a lens for conversing with compilers Luke Church, Emma Söderberg and Alan T. McCabe
1610 Progger: Programming by Errors (Work In Progress) Alan T. McCabe, Emma Söderberg and Luke Church
1630 Break
1635 Visualising Interaction: Supporting Autistic Teens in Self-Directed Explorations of Social Interaction Judith Good
1715 Neither Grasshopper nor Ant: learning from coding-for-fun and from gaming (Work in Progress) Ioanna Iacovides and Thomas Green
1735 Break
1740 Towards Grounded Theory Perspectives of Cognitive Load in Software Engineering Daniel Helgesson and Per Runeson
1820 Doctoral Consortium intros Ava Heinonen, Georgios Diapoulis, Marcel Valový, Charles Boisvert
1830 Close of technical sessions
Social events TBA
Wed June 23
1530 Keynote Ian Arawjo
1630 Break
1640 Industry partners’ reflections on undergraduate software engineering students: An exploratory pilot qualitative study Bhuvana Gopal, Stephen Cooper and Ryan Bockmon
1720 Boxer Reconstruction Project: A Day in the Life (Demo) Steven Githens and Andrea Disessa
1740 Break
1750 An Iterative Development Pattern to Learn Notional Machine and Programming Practices Charles Boisvert
1830 Close of technical sessions
Social events TBA
Thur June 24
1530 Understanding Comprehension of Iterative and Recursive Programs with Remote Eye Tracking Arooba Aqeel, Norman Peitek, Sven Apel, Jonas Mucke and Janet Siegmund
1610 Cognition and Distributed Cognition in Software Engineering Research (Work in Progress) Marjahan Begum
1630 Break
1640 Little worlds with big implications: Software as miniature Luke Church and Mariana Marasoiu
1720 Markup-driven polymorphism: A little journey Antranig Basman
1740 Break
1750 An educational CPU Visual Simulator Renato Cortinovis
1830 Close of technical sessions
Social events TBA
Fri June 25
1530 Keynote Chris Martens
1630 Break
1635 Promoting and Teaching Responsible Leadership in Software Engineering Devender Goyal and Luiz Capretz
1715 A principled approach to the development of drum improvisation skills through interaction with a conversational agent: A design study with professional drummers Noam Lederman, Simon Holland and Paul Mulholland
1735 Break
1740 A study of McClelland´s Motivations in Relation to software practitioners Daniel Varona and Luiz Fernando Capretz
1820 Closing ceremony
1830 End of conference