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Conference Result in 2010
AsianPLoP 2010 was successfully over! Thank you for your cooperation.
We summarize the workshop result below.
- Date: March 16-17, 2010
- Place: National Center Sciences, Tokyo, Japan
- Conference Chair: Eiichi Hanyuda, Mamezou, Japan
- Program Co-Chairs:
- Hironori Washizaki, Waseda University, Japan
- Nobukazu Yoshioka, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
- GRACE Center NII
- ACM Japan Chapter
- SIGSE Patterns WG IPSJ
- Attendees: approx. 35 (Japan, India, Korea, Taiwan, USA, Austria)
- Paper Submissions: 16
- Acceptance: Writer's Workshop: 13, Writing Group: 3
Eiichi Hanyuda, Hironori Wasizaki and Nobukazu Yoshioka (Editors), Proceedings of the 1st Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (AsianPLoP 2010), ACM Digital Library, March 2010.
- Proceedings: Hironori Wasizaki and Nobukazu Yoshioka (Editors), Proceedings of the 1st Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (AsianPLoP 2010), Technical Report GRACE-TR-2010-01, GRACE Center, National Institute of Informatics, March 2010.
We have 13 papers for Writer's Workshops (WW),
3 papers for Writing Groups (WG).
We assign 50 minutes for papers in WW and
25 minutes for those in WG.
Papers for WG will be workshopped in the traditional PLoP format.
Papers for WG will be also explained and commented
in the similar workshop style.
Moreover there will be a tutorial on how to
write good patterns.
All sessions will be held at the Conference Room 101-103
in the Hitotsubashi Building of National Institute of Informatics,
||Welcome Reception & Poster Presentations at GRACE Symposium|
Orientation to Participants:
A brief explanation about how Writer's Workshops (WW) and
Writing Groups (WG) will work |
Writer's Workshop Demo Session (TBD):
Demonstration about Writer's Workshops with a case study
Games: Knowing each other names
|11:00-12:00||Keynote at GRACE Symposium|
Self-Managed Adaptive Systems
Jeffrey Kramer (Imperial College London)
|13:00-15:30||Writer's Workshop 1|
|15:50-16:20||Invited talks at GRACE Symposium|
ITSS(Skill Standards for IT Professionals) Overview and Worldwide Promotion
Masaharu Niwa (Information-Technology Promotion Agency)
Privacy Requirements in Mobile and Ubiquitous Comp
Bashar Nuseibeh (Lero and Open University)
|16:20-17:30||Panel discussion at GRACE Symposium|
The Future of Software Engineering: a historical perspective
Anthony Finkelstein, Koukichi Futatsugi, Katsuro Inoue, Kyo Kang,
Bashar Nuseibeh (Chair)
Josui Kaikan 2F Star Hall
|A Timeless Way Of Communicating|
|10:20-12:00||Writer's Workshop 2 and Tutorial|
|WW-2E: Pedagogy and Organization
||WW-2J: Facilitation and Retrospective (in Japanese)
|Learning Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Learners II
Takashi Iba (Keio University / MIT) and Toko Miyake (Keio University)
Metamorphosis - A Successful Organizational Change Management Pattern
Madhup Jain, Ranjith Kutty and Raju Dani (MindTree Limited)
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Pattern Writing: The Straight Scoop
Joseph W. Yoder (The Refactory, Inc.)
Writing Patterns can be a difficult task and getting started sometimes is the most difficult step. Pattern ideas start to emerge from experience practitioners but if you don't have the experience of writing patterns, it can be daunting on how to capture these experiences and start outlining your patterns. This tutorial will discuss ideas on How to Write Patterns. We will discuss Patterns for Writing Patterns and outline some different processes that beginning pattern writers can use to start the process of capturing their patterns. We will also examine some different pattern forms and workshop on some pattern writing.
|13:00-14:00||Invited talk at GRACE Symposium|
Expressive Design Techniques and Efficient Model Checking
Jin-Song Dong (National University of Singapore)
|14:35-15:50||Writer's Workshop 3 and Writing Group 1|
|16:10-17:00||Writing Group 2 and Writer's Workshop 4
Summary and Retrospective on AsianPLoP 2010|