The UBC-CS Software Practices Seminar is a (mostly) weekly meeting of people interested in programming languages, software engineering, and related topics. The group meets to discuss papers, listen to conference practice talks, hear conference reports, and other things we haven't yet thought of doing!
This term we will (likely) have a combination of research and conference and other practice talks, and discussions about recent papers (which will be provided to participants the week before).
|18 September||Organization of the Seminar activities for the term.|
|25 September||Paper Presentation:
Coding Issues in AspectJ (de Alwis et al.)
Brian de Alwis, Stephan Gudmundson, Greg Smolyn.
|2 October||Paper Presentation: Exploring an Aspect-Oriented Approach
to Operating System Code (Coady et al.)
|9 October||Thanksgiving. Seminar Cancelled.|
|16 October||Paper Discussion: Light-weight Context Recovery for Efficient and Accurate Program Analyses (Liang et al.)
|23 October||Conference Practice Talks:
Designing Robust Java Programs with Exceptions - Martin Robillard
Implicit Context: Easing Software Evolution and Reuse - Rob Walker
|30 October||M.Sc. Thesis Overview:
Multi-dispatch in the Java Virtual
Machine: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation.
|6 November||Conference Practice Demo:?
Andrew and Reid
|13 November||Remembrance day. Seminar Cancelled.|
|20 November||Honor's Thesis Overview: Visualizing the Global Exception Flow of
a Java Software System.