Early registrations for <Programming> 2017 end today!

Don’t miss out on everything our conference has to offer: two main keynotes by Gilad Bracha and Matthew Flatt, the main research track with 18 full papers, two symposia (10th European Lisp Symposium and Modularity 2017 invited talks), eight workshops, a compiler coding dojo, a demo track, and a student research competition!


The very first issue of the The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming is now available! All journal articles can be accessed online, free-of-charge.

This journal is the main publication vehicle of all research papers at the <Programming> conference. Please note that the <Programming> 2017 conference will host the papers of the journal’s first two issues, so stay tuned for the second issue!


You can now register online for <Programming> 2017.

  • Early registration ends on March 13 2017.
  • If you require a Visa to enter Belgium, check our Visa page for more information.


We are looking for student volunteers! Help us provide an excellent conference experience and get a free registration to <Programming> 2017: http://2017.programming-conference.org/attending/students


We are excited to announce <Programming> 2017 features 13 different co-located events: 2 symposia, 9 workshops, a student research competition and a demo track.

Early registration ends today!Mon 13 Mar 2017
Volume 1, Issue 1 of the <Programming> journal is now available!Tue 31 Jan 2017
<Programming> 2017 is open for registrationSat 28 Jan 2017
Call for student volunteersSat 28 Jan 2017
<Programming> 2017 co-located eventsWed 9 Nov 2016