Mon 5 - Sat 10 December 2022 Auckland, New Zealand
Thu 8 Dec 2022 10:30 - 11:10 at Seminar Room G100 - Session 1 Chair(s): Jeremy Singer

We must retain liveness and exploratory practices within the programming systems that make us feel most productive.
However, the temptation to just reuse \emph{black boxes} through limited interfaces is pervasive.
We \emph{expect} time savings and better performance at the cost of \emph{poor repairability}.
Fortunately, we also know about the benefits of having an open implementation constructed from familiar materials, integrated with familiar tools.
Consequently, it is primarily a matter of ``just building it'' … again?
Piece of cake.
What could possibly go wrong?

Thu 8 Dec

Displayed time zone: Auckland, Wellington change

10:30 - 12:30
Session 1Onward! Essays at Seminar Room G100
Chair(s): Jeremy Singer University of Glasgow

We are aiming for 25 min talks with 15 min discussion, for each essay. We want to encourage questions, conversation, maybe even arguments!

Relentless Repairability or Reckless Reuse: Whether or Not to Rebuild a Concern with Your Familiar Tools and MaterialsIn Person
Onward! Essays
Marcel Taeumel University of Potsdam; Hasso Plattner Institute, Robert Hirschfeld University of Potsdam; Hasso Plattner Institute
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Conferences & Остраннeние: Shortchanging Topos and OurselvesVirtual
Onward! Essays
Richard P. Gabriel Poet, Jenny Quillien Independent Scholar
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What Object-Oriented Programming Was Supposed to Be: Two Grumpy Old Guys’ Take on Object-Oriented ProgrammingIn Person
Onward! Essays
Ole Lehrmann Madsen Aarhus University, Birger Møller-Pedersen University of Oslo
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