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"Posters and Demonstrations"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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 : Monday

Posters and Demonstrations

Ballroom C
Monday, 15:00, 30 minutes
 


 
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This event is also being given Monday at 10:00.

Break times can be used to learn about other projects and tools that can help us teach OO, and especially to make connections with the developers of the projects and tools. We have two kinds of station: posters and software demonstrations.

Posters

Systems Design Thinking Using Patterns: A Report from rOOts 2004
Maria Kavanagh and Alan O'Callaghan
De Montfort University
kavanagh@dmu.ac.uk
On the Relative Advantages of Teaching Web Services in J2EE vs. .NET
Sandeep Kachru and Edward Gehringer
Blackbaud, Inc., and North Carolina State University
sandeep.kachru@blackbaud.com

Software demonstrations

Programming with Alice
Richard Zaccone and Stephen Cooper
Bucknell University and Saint Joseph's University
zaccone@bucknell.edu
A Paradigm for Teaching Modeling Environment Design
Jonathan Sprinkle and James Davis
University of California, Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University
sprinkle@eecs.berkeley.edu
greenfoot: Combining Object Visualisation with Interaction
Michael Kölling and Poul Henriksen
University of Southern Denmark
mik@mip.sdu.dk