May 7, 2014

Public Speaking

I love giving talks! Want me to speak at your event? Feel free to drop me a line at mail @ thisdomain.com. I often talk about about my research on spreadsheets, but also about some of my recreational programming projects. This page is a list of past and upcoming appearances, you can also have a look at slides and videos of past performances.

Upcoming

2017

March 15 – Workshop: Code as Art, Art as Code, @BoosterConf, Bergen
March 17 – Keynote: What is programming anyway? @BoosterConf, Bergen
March 31 – Talk:What is programming anyway? @TechxAms, Amsterdam
April 29th – Talk: How Do Kids Program in the Wild? @ BuildStuff Mallorce
May 11th-12th – Keynote: TBA @ iTake Unconference, Bucharest
May 16th – Workshop: @ Night of the Nerds, Eindhoven
May 21th – Teaching Software Engineering Principles to K-12 Students: A MOOC on Scratch @ ICSE, Buenos Aires
June 11th – Talk: Slordig of netjes programmeren: maakt dat wat uit? @ Museumjeugduniversiteit, Delft

Archive

February 18th – Talk: Program Derivation for Functional Languages @ KatsConf, Dublin
February 17th – Do code smells hamper novices programmers @ Imperial College Programming Lectures, London
February 9th – Talk: Testing Spreadsheets @ European Testing Conference, Helsinki
February 1st, Workshop: Computational Logic for the Working Dev @ DDD Europe, Amsterdam
January 25th – Talk: How Do Kids Program in the Wild? @ GotoNight, Amsterdam
January 20th – Talk: How Do Kids Program in the Wild? @ SEN Symposium, Amsterdam


2016

November 4th – Talk: How Do Kids Program in the Wild? @ DomCode, Utrecht
November 1st – Keynote:  Small, simple and smelly: What we can learn from examining end-user artifacts? @ DSLDI, Amsterdam
October 24-25 – Talk: Pure Functional Programming in Excel @ Codemotion, Berlin
September 26th – Keynote: In the Future, Everyone will be a Programmer for 15 Minutes, Software Architecture Summit, Berlin.
September 10th – Talk: Smells in Block-Based Programming Languages, VL/HCC, Cambridge
June 15th – Talk: Pure Functional Programming in Excel @ Goto,  Amsterdam
May 27th – Talk: Program Derivation for functional languages @ LambdaConf, Boulder
May 27th – Talk: A board game night with geeks @ LambdaConf, Boulder
May 26th – Talk: Program Derivation for functional languages @ MoonConf, Boulder
May 24th – Talk: Using F# and genetic programming to play computer bridge @ DCF#, Washington
May 16th – Talk: Do code smells hamper novices programmers? @ ICPC, Austin
May 12th – Talk: Using F# and genetic programming to play computer bridge @ nCrafts, Paris
April 19th – Talk: Program Derivation for functional languages @ FP AMS, Amsterdam
April 15th – Talk: Using F# and genetic programming to play computer bridge @ FSharp Exchange, London
March 29th – Talk: Program Derivation for Functional Languages @ DomCode, Utrecht
March 14th – Talk: Spreadsheets are code @ Leaders of tomorrow: future of software engineering @ SANER, Osaka
March 10th – Talk: Methods for testing spreadsheets, @ Excel Summit South, Melbourne
March 7th – Talk: Methods for testing spreadsheets, @ Excel Summit South, Sydney
March 4th – Talk: A board game night with geeks, @ FSharpConf, Everywhere 🙂
March 3th – Talk: Methods for testing spreadsheets, @ Excel Summit South, Auckland
February 18-19th – Talk: A board game night with geeks @ Lambda Days, Krakow
January 28-29th – Talk: A board game night with geeks @ DDDBE, Brussels
January 13-15th – Talk: Pure Functional Programming in Excel @ NDC, London

2015

December 4th – Talk: Spreadsheet Archaeology @ ModelOff, London
December 3rd – Talk: Spreadsheet are Code @ GOTOConf, Berlin
November 18-20th – Talk: A board game night with geeks @ BuildStuff, Vilnius
November 8-10 – Member of Faculty panel @ edX Global Forum, Washington
November 3-4 Talk: Spreadsheet are Code @ CodeMesh, London
October 19th – Talk: Detecting Problematic Lookups in Spreadsheets @ VL/HCC, Atlanta
September 12th – Talk: A board game night with geeks @ KatsConf, Dublin
September 8th – Talk: Spreadsheets are Code @ SwanseaCon, Bristol
August 24-28th – Organizer @ GTTSE Student’s Workshop, Braga
July 6 – Talk: Spreadsheet Testing & Refactoring @ Finance Event Ordina, Utrecht
June 24th – Talk: A board game night with geeksGirl Code, Amsterdam
May 29 – Organizer @ Joy of Coding, Rotterdam
May 20th – Enron’s Spreadsheets and Related Emails: A Dataset and Analysis @ ICSE, Florence
May 18th – Organizer SEMS @ ICSE, Florence
May 7th – Spreadsheets are Graphs @ GraphConnect, London
April 22-25 – Spreadsheets for developers @ ACCU, Bristol

2014

December 15th – Talk: Spreadsheets are code @ SaKe, Amsterdam
December 11th – Talk: Spreadsheet Testing @ Excel Experience Day, Amersfoort
November 26th – Talk: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Big Data Exchange Skills matter, London
November 27th – Keynote: Spreadsheets archaeology  @ BI Budapest
November 18th – Talk: BumbleBee: A refactoring environment for spreadsheet formulas @ FSE, Hong Kong
November 17th – Workshop: Social Media for Scientists @ FSE, Hong Kong
October 31th – Talk: Combining the powers of Python and Excel @ PyLadies, Amsterdam
September 24nd – Agile Spreadsheets @ ASAS, Arnhem
September 17th – Talk: Spreadsheets for developers @ StrangeLoop, St. Louis
September 9th – Talk: Spreadsheets – the Dark Matter of IT @ LongView Dialogue Conference, London
September 4th – Pitch: Spreadsheet analysis in the financial industry @ Belastingdienst, Dieren
August 22nd – Keynote: Putting the science in Computer Science @ iTake, Bucharest
July 15th – Talk: Spreadsheets are code @ csv conf, Berlin
July 3rd – Talk: Testing and Refactoring spreadsheets @ Eusprig, Delft
June 19th – Talk: Spreadsheets contain errors – Is testing the answer? @ Test Automation Day, Rotterdam
June 19th – Pitch: Spreadsheet analysis in the financial industry @ DDS Finance Symposium, TU Delft
June 16th – Facilitator: Delft Global Software Engineering Day @ TU Delft
June 2nd – Talk: Structure, Story and Support of a Scientific Presentation @ ICSE, Hyderabad
May 30th – Talk: Putting the science in Computer Science @ iTake, Bucharest
May 28th – Talk: Spreadsheets are Graphs Too @ Neo4J London
May 8th – Talk: Spreadsheets are Graphs Too @ Neo4J Amsterdam
May 5th – Panel: Managing big data @ NEXT Berlin
April 9th – Building a language for spreadsheet refactoring @ CodeGen, Cambridge
March 10th – Dinner Keynote: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Gartner BI, London
February 13th – Talk: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Strata, Santa Clara

2013

December 12th – Talk: How to organize your spreadsheet @ Excel Experience Day, Bussum
December 9th – Talk: Building a language for spreadsheet refactoring @BuildStuff, Vilnius
December 2nd – Guest Lecture: Social media for the busy student @ ETH Zurich
November 18th – Conference Presentation: Improving Spreadshet test Practices @ Cascon, Toronto
November 12th – Keynote: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Strata, London
November 7th – Talk: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ BI Forum, Budapest
October 9th – Talk: Social media for the busy scientist @ Europe Computer Science Symposium Amsterdam
October 1st – Workshop: Lego Mindstorms @ PhD defense Rolf Hut, Delft
September 3rd – Tutorial: Structure, Story and Support of a Scientific Presentation @ University of Luxembourg
July 17th – Talk: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Lorentz workshop on domain specific languages, Leiden
July 4th – Talk: A quality checklist for spreadsheets @ Eusprig, London
June 11th – Talk: Kickoff spreadsheet lab presentatie @ TU Delft
June 1st – Workshop: Lego Mindstorms @ Devnology, The Hague
May 24th – Talk: Data clone detection and visualization in spreadsheets @ ICSE 2013, San Francisco
April 18th –  Talk: Spreadsheets – the dark matter of IT @ Controller’s Year Congress, Bussum
March 20th – Guest Lecture: Analyzing and Visualizing Spreadsheets @ University of Namur
February 26th – Guest Lecture: Analyzing and Visualizing Spreadsheets @ University of Utrecht
February 12th – Guest Lecture: Analyzing and Visualizing Spreadsheets @ University of Hannover

2 thoughts on “Public Speaking

  • Hello,

    You name came to me by a recent PARC Forum speaker George Dyson. He saw you speak and you came highly recommended. I was wondering if you have any plans to come to Silicon Valley/SF area this coming year? If yes, would have you any interest to speak at PARC? I would be happy to send you more information of this 40 year tradition of the PARC Forum.

    Regards,

    Anna Enerio
    Director of Marketing

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