Show us the Future of Programming
Do you have a vision of the future of programming?
Can you demo a prototype of that future?
Do you want to exchange feedback and support with your peers?
Call for Submissions to
The Future Programming Workshop
We are holding two events. First, in partnership with the
Emerging Languages Camp,
FPW×ELC will be at
Strange Loop on September 17
in St. Louis MO.
Second, at SPLASH in
Portland OR on October 20.
We want to build a community of researchers and practitioners
exploring the frontiers of programming.
We are looking for new ideas that could radically improve the
practice of programming.
Ideas too embryonic for an academic paper
yet developed enough to demonstrate a prototype.
Show us your stuff!
FPW×ELC will present live demonstrations before
an audience. The SPLASH event will be an intense, private
This process will be a chance
to give and take both creative support and incisive criticism.
Submissions will be 15 minute demo screencasts.
You can select either or both of the events in your submission.
The submission deadline is June 8 and notifications will be sent
After the events participants will have until December 1 to revise their
screencasts for archival publication on our website.
submission site is now open.
For questions please see the
- Jeremy Ashkenas, New York Times
- Avi Bryant, Stripe
- Chas Emerick
- Steve Jenson
- Gregor Kiczales, U. British Columbia
- Andrew Ko, U. Washington
- Cristina Lopes, UC Irvine
- Sean McDirmid, Microsoft Research Beijing
- James Noble, Victoria U. Wellington
- Yoshiki Ohshima, Viewpoints Research Institute
- Roly Perera, U. Edinburgh
- Toby Schachman, Communications Design Group SAP Labs
- Kevin Sullivan, U. Virginia
- Philip Wadler, U. Edinburgh
- Alessandro Warth, Communications Design Group SAP Labs
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