In 2010, a group of researchers publicly announced a project to design a new object-oriented programming language, Grace, whose intended audience was novice programmers. Several papers since then have described the design of the language, which has several innovative features. However, there have been no published reports on how the language works for its intended target audience. In this paper, the authors report initial impressions of their first attempts at teaching with Grace.
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|(CER) Early Experience with Grace|
|(CER) Making the Liskov Substitution Principle Happy and Sad|
Elisa BaniassadUniversity of British ColumbiaFile Attached
|(CSES) Student Understanding of Aliasing and Procedure Calls|
Preston Tunnell WilsonBrown University, Kathi FislerBrown University, Shriram KrishnamurthiBrown University, USAFile Attached