CSEE&T 2014 is proud to announce two (confirmed) keynote speakers:

  • Bertrand Meyer - How to Teach Programming
    Date/Place: April 24th, 2014, 09:00 (Lecture Hall HS A)

    Bertrand's talk focuses on various ways of teaching programming at introductory and advanced levels. He will describe his own approach based on objects, contracts and Eiffel concluding with his experience from a decade of applying these ideas at ETH Zurich.

    Bertrand Meyer is Professor of Software Engineering, ETH Zurich: Chair of Software Engineering, Chief Technology Officer, Eiffel Software, and Professor (adjunct) & head of Software Engineering Laboratory at ITMO, Saint Petersburg. (Homepage)
  • Dennis J Frailey - The Times, They Are a Changing
    Date/Place: April 25th, 2014, 09:00 (Lecture Hall HS B)

    Dennis's talk is given in recognition of him having been presented with the Nancy Mead Award for Excellence in Software Engineering Education at CSEE&T 2013, in San Francisco. He has entitled his talk ''The Times, They Are a Changing'', and it will be a reflection on some of the issues that have arisen from the work for which he received that award.

    Dennis Frailey is Principal Fellow at Raytheon Company in Dallas, Texas and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at SMU. Dennis won the Nancy Mead Award for contributions to software engineering education and the ACM SIGCSE Lifetime Achievement Award in Computer Science Education. (Homepage) (Slides)