Code Generation 2007

Software Acumen
18-20 May 2007 (Add to calendar) GMT
Homerton College , Cambridge, GB
£350 (early bird)
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Code Generation 2007 is looking for session leaders.

Submission Deadline

Please note that session proposals must reach the organisers no later than Friday January 12th 2007. Accepted session leaders will be able to attend the whole conference free of charge.

In order to maximise the benefits of participation we prefer session proposals that belong to one of the following categories, although we will consider proposals for other session types:

Session Types

Case Study - 75 minutes

A presentation and discussion of real-life (not theoretical) experiences of the application (or mis-application) of Code Generation tools and techniques.

Debate - 75 minutes

Two equal-sized teams of participants argue for or against a position with speakers alternating from each team. A facilitator manages the debating process. At the end of the debate the audience takes a vote to decide which team has won the debate.

Goldfish bowl - 75 minutes

A facilitated discussion session based around a well-defined topic or question related to Code Generation. The session leader introduces the topic and may seed the session with particular questions or subtopics. A small number of 'experts' then debate the topic or question. However, participants are free to join in the discussion by taking the 'experts' places as they relinquish their seats.

Panel - 75 minutes

A small group of 'experts' presents their views on some defined aspect of Code Generation. Audience members may ask questions of the panel.

Think-Tank - 75 or 150 minutes

Code Generation has many open issues. A think-tank considers one or more such issues and aims to produce some outputs of value to the community. The session leader is reponsible for managing the Think Tank and completing the session outputs.

Tutorial - 75 or 150 minutes

A presentation focussed around some specific Code Generation Tool or technique. Primarily led by the session leader but should include some elements of interactivity or individual / group exercise.

Workshop - 1/2 day or full-day

An in-depth working session on a specific topic. May include paper presentations.

Submitting a session

Please read our Terms and Conditions before submitting a session proposal.

Please include your session title, your name(s) and brief (< 100 words) biographical information, a contact email address and telephone number and/or Skype name.

Session proposals should also include the following information:
  • Session type: one of the above or some other type
  • Session duration: (typically 75 or 150 minutes)
  • Session description: objectives, contents, process, timetable, benefits of attending, the way in which the audience is involved.
  • Session outputs: Does the session have outputs that would be of interest to non-participants? Electronic outputs will be placed on
  • Intended audience: roles / experience levels (any prior knowledge / skills required)
Please contact us to make a session proposal or to discuss your proposal or call us on 0870 446 2346 for more information.

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