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[aspectj-announce] Call for Participation: <Programming> 2018 in Nice

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Â<Programming> 2018 : The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming


ÂÂ April 9-12, 2018, Nice, France
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We are excited to welcome you to <Programming> 2018, the second edition of a young conference on everything to do with programming. It takes place at the
Boscolo B4 Plaza in Nice, France on April 9-12. The <Programming> conference is closely associated with the open-access journal "The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming". The journal's first two issues are freely accessible at http://programming-journal.org/ and form part of the conference's research track. Along with the research track, <Programming> 2018 features a program with two main keynotes, several workshops, a coding dojo, and a student research competition.


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ÂProgram highlights
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Main conference:
Â- Keynote: "The Recurring Rainfall Problem" by Shriram Krishnamurthi
Â- Keynote: "Static Analysis of Android Applications for Finding Bugs and Security Vulnerabilities" by Sukyoung Ryu


Co-located events:
- Bx 2018: Seventh International Workshop on Bidirectional Transformations, with 12 talks
- MoreVMs 2018: Workshop on Modern Language Runtimes, Ecosystems, and VMs, with 9 talks
- PASS 2018: Programming Across the System Stack, with 3 paper talks and two invited talks by Christa Lopes and Ludovic Henrio
- PX/18: 4th Edition of the Programming Experience Workshop
- ProWeb 2018: Programming Technology for the Future Web, with 4 paper talks and one invited talk by Manuel Serrano
- Salon des RefusÃs 2018 workshop
- CoCoDo 2018, Compiler Coding Dojo

Social events:
Â- Banquet at Restaurant of the Plage Beau Rivage (April 11)


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ÂRegistration, attendance and accommodation
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Â- You can register for <Programming> 2018 at: https://2018.programming-conference.org/attending/registration
Â- Early registration ends soon! Please register before March 16th to obtain the early-bird discount.
Â- More information on attending the conference is available at: https://2018.programming-conference.org/attending/reaching-the-conference
Â- More information on accommodation is available at: https://2018.programming-conference.org/attending/accommodation


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ÂAbout Nice
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Nice, Capital of the French Riviera, is a charming city between sea and mountains, which has a strong cultural heritage. You will discover the French gastronomy and specialities from Nice, the numerous museums (MusÃe Matisse, MusÃe des Arts Asiatiques, MusÃe des Beaux Arts, MusÃe dâArt Moderne et dâArt Contemporain (MAMAC), MusÃe Chagallâ) and of course various places like âla promenade des Anglaisâ or âle Vieux Niceâ. In âLa Promenade des Anglaisâ, you may practice sports like running, roller skating or cycling, enjoy the beauty of the Meditterean Sea and spend some time on the beach. You can also walk downtown to do some shopping or just discover the city by using the Tramway which allows you to go about everywhere in Nice. There are many places to go out to enjoy your evenings in the Vieux Nice, around the harbor or downtown.


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For more information, please visit https://2018.programming-conference.org/
You can also find us on Twitter (twitter.com/programmingconf) and Facebook (facebook.com/programmingconf)


Looking forward to seeing you in Nice,


Manuel Serrano (General chair), Tamara Rezk (Organizing chair), Guido Salvaneschi (Program chair), Sylvia Grewe, Philipp Haller, Etienne Lozes, Stefan Marr, Minh Ngo, Tobias Pape, Yves Roudier, and Jennifer B. Sartor