The full-text .pdfs for the second issue of the The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming are now available!

These journal papers, and the papers of the first issue, will be presented this Wednesday and Thursday at the <Programming> 2017 conference.

Early registrations for <Programming> 2017 end today!

Don’t miss out on everything our conference has to offer: two main keynotes by Gilad Bracha and Matthew Flatt, the main research track with 18 full papers, two symposia (10th European Lisp Symposium and Modularity 2017 invited talks), eight workshops, a compiler coding dojo, a demo track, and a student research competition!

The very first issue of the The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming is now available! All journal articles can be accessed online, free-of-charge.

This journal is the main publication vehicle of all research papers at the <Programming> conference. Please note that the <Programming> 2017 conference will host the papers of the journal’s first two issues, so stay tuned for the second issue!

You can now register online for <Programming> 2017.

  • Early registration ends on March 13 2017.
  • If you require a Visa to enter Belgium, check our Visa page for more information.

We are looking for student volunteers! Help us provide an excellent conference experience and get a free registration to <Programming> 2017:

We are excited to announce <Programming> 2017 features 13 different co-located events: 2 symposia, 9 workshops, a student research competition and a demo track.

Full-text .pdfs of <Programming> 2017 papers are now available!Mon 3 Apr 2017
Early registration ends today!Mon 13 Mar 2017
Volume 1, Issue 1 of the <Programming> journal is now available!Tue 31 Jan 2017
<Programming> 2017 is open for registrationSat 28 Jan 2017
Call for student volunteersSat 28 Jan 2017
<Programming> 2017 co-located eventsWed 9 Nov 2016