On July 10 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the Monto Disintegrated Development Environment that is being developed at Macquarie.

On June 26 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will have a parsers, pretty-printers, code generators, compilers, etc hacking session.

On June 19 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the sbt-rats parser generator that has been developed here at Macquarie.

On June 5 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the attribute grammar part of the Kiama language processing library based on a paper from Science of Computer Programming.

On May 22 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss an overview of the Kiama language processing library that has been built at Macquarie.

On May 15 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the paper Refinement of Trace Abstraction by Heizmann et al.

On May 8 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will continue discussing program slicing and the paper "A Survey of Program Slicing Techniques" by Frank Tip, focusing on Section 3.2 onwards.

On April 24 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will continue our discussion of program slicing by looking at the first three sections of the paper "A Survey of Program Slicing Techniques" by Frank Tip.

On April 17 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the classic paper "Program Slicing" by Mark Weiser.

On April 10 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss progress on the library Tony Sloane is building to allow LLVM code to be processed in Scala.

On March 13  the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will some work that Tony and Matt have done over the last couple of years on general profiling approaches for domain-specific languages.

On March 6 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss work that Matthew Roberts has begun on characterising errors that arise when using strategic programming.

On February 20 the Macquarie University Programming Languages Reading Group will discuss the use of Abstract State Machines to specify the semantics of the Java programming language and the Java Virtual Machine.