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The day will consist of a sequence of sessions, from morning to afternoon. Some sessions will be general and aimed at all participants, some time slots will be broken into two tracks running in parallel. There will be sessions aimed at beginners, intermediate and advanced users. Participants can select sessions individually for every time slot.

There should be ample time available for informal chats with other participants and members of the BlueJ team.

9:00
registration opens
9:30

Introduction (John Rosenberg)
Opening talk
(Michael Kölling)

10:30
morning tea break
11:00
Teaching with BlueJ: Getting started
(David Barnes)
Writing extensions
(Ian Utting)
12:10
Using the debugger (Davin McCall)
Introduction to Greenfoot (Poul Henriksen)
12:30
lunch break
13:30
Nifty projects (Michael Kölling (mod))
Using the submitter (Ian Utting)
13:50
Unit testing (JUnit) support (Bruce Quig)
BlueJ scripting (Matt Jadud)
14:15
coffee break
14:45

User talks

Ray Lister: PigWorlds
Steve Edwards: Submission with autom. grading
Michael Nairn : Patterns support
Michael Caspersen: Practical assessment
15:55
Closing session: Q/A, discussion, and a look into the future
17:00
close

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