The SPLASH 2015 Student Volunteers program provides an opportunity for students from around the world to associate with some of the leading personalities in industry and research in the following areas: programming languages, object-oriented technology and software development. Student volunteers contribute to the smooth running of the conference by performing tasks such as: assisting with registration, providing information about the conference to attendees, assisting session organizers and monitoring sessions.
The ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH) which embraces all aspects of software construction and delivery to make it the premier conference at the intersection of programming, languages, and software engineering. SPLASH 2015 will take place October 25-30, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
ICSE — the premier conference in software engineering sponsored by ACM and IEEE CS — is coming to Austin for a second time in May 14 – 22, 2016. There, the top minds in software engineering research and practice will convene for a week of inspirational talks, demos and conversation. A quarter-century after the Texas state capital first hosted ICSE, Austin has become a hub for technology, entrepreneurship, music, outdoor recreation and nightlife. ICSE 2016 will be located in the lovely Austin Arboretum Area — known as “new Austin” — at the start of the Texas hill country and at the peak of the Texas wildflower season. What better setting could there be for flourishing ideas?
Please mark your calendars. Contribute your results and ideas. Then plan to join us to make the 38th ICSE one for the record books since, as the saying goes, “Everything is bigger in Texas!”
Today, I gave a talk at the Computer Science Department of the College of Staten Island, City University of New York on Java 8, ongoing refactoring work, and the programming languages and software engineering research fields in general. The talk was part of the Research Experience for Undergraduates program, which is supported by both the NSF and DoD.
Today, I visited the Core Software Group of the Dept. of Creative Informatics Graduate School of Information Science and Technology at the
The University of Tokyo at gave a talk about preliminary research in Java 8 refactoring.
With Fuminobu Takeyama, a former member of the Chiba Shigeru Programming Languages and Operating Systems Research Group at Tokyo Tech, now at Toshiba.
I will be giving a talk at Tokyo Tech on June 2, 2015 entitled “Open Problems in Automatically Refactoring Legacy Java Software to use New Features in Java 8“. More information can be found on the Dept. of Mathematical and Computing Sciences website.