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This book makes important aspects of the international discussion on End User Development (EUD) available to a broader audience. It offers a unique set of contributions from research institutes worldwide, addressing relevant issues and proposing original solutions. This broad look at the emerging paradigm of End-User Development will inspire every reader to appreciate its potential for the future. Indeed, the editors hope that readers – "end-users" - will themselves become developers.
From the contents
1. End-User Development: an Emerging Paradigm; H. Lieberman, F. Paternò, V. Wulf.- 2. Psychological Issues in End User Programming; A. Blackwell.- 3. More Natural Programming Languages and Environments; J.F. Pane et al.- 4. What makes End-User development tick? 13 Design Guidelines; A. Repenning et al.- 5. An Integrated Software Engineering Approach for End-User Programmers; M. Burnett et al.