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1st Meeting of SIGPX: Special Interest Group on Programming Experience

The first meeting of SIGPX (Special Interest Group on Programming Experience) is planned as follows.

  • date: Saturday February 27, 2016
  • location: Tokyo Tech

More information is on the SIGPX page.

Paper presentation by Kazunori Ogata

Sorry, this entry is only available in Japanese.

Season’s Greetings 2015/2016

Greetings of the Season from the PRG members!



Ruochen’s Chinese Specials

Grady Booch’s talk on the Future of Software Engineering

Title: The Future of Software Engineering

Speaker: Grady Booch

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 24, 2015, 15:00-16:30


E1001 Meeting Room, 10F, West Building 8-E,
Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology
東京工業大学 大岡山キャンパス 西8号館 E棟 10階大会議室
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A discussion on 20 Years of Ruby, the Future of Ruby, published in IPSJ Magazine

A discussion on “20 Years of Ruby, The Future of Ruby”, with Yukihiro Matsumoto, Kazuhiko Kato, Shigeru Chiba, and Hidehiko Masuhara, is published in IPSJ Magazine.

Broken pointcut detection paper at ASE’15

A paper on the detection of broken pointcuts using structural commonality and degree-of-interest, authored by Khatchadourian, Rashid, Masuhara and Watanabe is accepted by International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE 2015).

Article on Generalized Layer Activation Mechanism is accepted for TOMC

An article titled “Generalized Layer Activation Mechanism for Context-Oriented Programming”, authored by Kamina, Aotani, and Masuhara, is accepted for the special issue on best papers from Modularity’15 for the Transactions on Modularity and Composition (TOMC).  It is an extended version of our paper presented at Modularity’15.

Update: the paper is published. (2016-09-30)

New member: Matthias Springer

Matthias Springer has joined the group as a Doctoral course student under the International Graduate Program (IGP(A)).Members as of October 2015

Professor Robert Hirschfeld visited our group

Professor Robert Hirschfeld from Hasso-Plattner Institut has visited our group from September 14 to 18. He gave lectures on Context-Oriented Programming and Design Thinking Research.

A paper on THRESHER at JSSST Annual Conference

A paper titled “Unravel programming sessions with THRESHER: Identifying coherent and complete sets of fine-granular source code changes”, authored by Stephanie Platz, Marcel Taeumel, Bastian Steinert, Robert Hirschfeld, and Hidehiko Masuhara, is presnted at the 32nd JSSST Annual Conference.

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