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Practical Programming Processes: LASER Summer School

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We are accepting applications for LASER 2006 Summer School on Software
Engineering until 31 July. Don't wait, register now at

The LASER 2006 school takes place September 17-23 in the beautiful
setting of the Island of Elba, off the coast of Tuscany. The theme this
year is

Practical Programming Processes
(Past, Present, Proposed)
(Proven, Passable, Polemical)

and the lecturers, each giving six hours of courses, are:
- Ralph Back (Abo Akademi/Turku)
- Miguel de Icaza (Novell/Mono)
- Bertrand Meyer (ETH Zurich)
- Erik Meijer & William Adams (Microsoft)
- Mary Poppendieck (Poppendieck LLC)
- Andreas Zeller (Uni Saarbrücken).

The school gives you the unique opportunity to meet world-class experts
in practical software engineering and discuss your research with other
participants. Ample time is reserved for discussions, student
presentations, and enjoying Elba. LASER has a strong practical slant:
40% of participants come from industry, 60% from academia.

More info and registration:
Jun 26 '06 #1
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