Category Archives: Presentations

An Introduction to the Multi-touch For Java (MT4j) Toolkit

I recently gave an introduction to the Multi-touch For Java (MT4j) toolkit to my local Java User Group in Wellington, New Zealand, May 2012. Assisted by two masters students in our research group. It is primarily aimed at getting people … Continue reading

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Software Quality – You Know It when You See It

Following on from Erik Doernenberg‘s (ThoughtWorks) earlier interview by InfoQ, Erik Doernenburg on Software Visualization see the InfoQ interview. A new video of a presentation by Erik was filmed at QCon London 2011 has now been made available Software Quality … Continue reading

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What We Actually Know About Software Development, and Why We Believe It’s True

Greg Wilson gave a very interesting talk at the Canadian University Software Engineering Conference (CUSEC) in 2010 on What We Actually Know About Software Development, and Why We Believe It’s True. Greg is one of the co-authors of the book … Continue reading

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Erik Doernenburg on Software Visualization

Erik Doernenburg (ThoughtWorks) is interviewed about Software Visualization. In this interview Erik talks with InfoQ about different software visualization strategies using a combination of free tools and custom development. http://www.infoq.com/interviews/erik-doernenburg-software-visualization Erik has also given a presentation on Software Visualization and … Continue reading

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