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Happy 10th birthday to CREST

Most university departments run regularly seminars and in July 2001 I attended a half day workshop run by Mark Harman at Brunel University. Over the years the workshop has changed names, locations and grown into a two day event with a worldwide reputation.

When Mark became professor of software engineering at University College London, the workshops became known as the CREST Open Workshops and next month the 47th workshop will celebrate 10 years of the CREST centre. Workshops vary from being mostly theory oriented to mostly practice oriented; the contents is always leading edge stuff. For many years the talks have been filmed and the back catalog contains plenty of interesting material.

If you are interested in the latest software engineering related issues, at a rather technical level, then keep an eye out for upcoming CREST workshops. The theory/practice orientation of a workshop is usually easy to guess from the style of papers written by the speakers. There are other software engineering groups dotted around the world; I have no experience of their seminars/workshops, but I’m sure they will make you feel welcome.

So, here’s to another 10 years of interesting workshops.

Some CREST related blog posts:

Human vs automatically generated source code: an arms race?

Machine learning in SE research is a bigger train wreck than I imagined

Hardware variability may be greater than algorithmic improvement

Workshop on App Store Analysis

Arm waver or expert?

Predictive Modeling: 15th COW workshop

Software maintenance via genetic programming

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