Highlights of PPIG 2008
- Internationally respected keynote speakers
- Cross-disciplinary insights from computer science, psychology, sociology, cultural studies and more
- High quality peer reviewed papers
- Student sessions
- The opportunity to network and socialise in a friendly and supportive atmosphere
- And more... so watch this space.
PPIG, for its twentieth year, offers a high quality arena for the presentation of fully developed research and the opportunity to present work from on-going projects. PPIG is a research focused event, always with ample time devoted to discussion and networking amongst attendees. We look forward to welcoming you to Lancaster University, UK.
Further information about PPIG is available at www.ppig.org.
Welcome to PPIG 2008
The annual PPIG (Psychology of Programming Interest Group) workshop is a forum in which researchers concerned with psychological aspects of software development can present and discuss recent results, findings and developments. Despite its name, PPIG entertains a broad spectrum of research approaches, from theoretical perspectives drawing on psychological theory to empirical perspectives grounded in real-world experience, and is equally concerned with all aspects of programming and software engineering, from the design of programming languages to communication issues in software teams, and from computing education to high-performance professional practice. PPIG aims to bring together people working in a variety of disciplines and to break down cross-disciplinary barriers.