The First International Conference on
Software Archaeology

The First International Conference on Software Archaeology was be held on the 31st January 2014, at the Museum of London.

The focus was on what we can learn about our present by digging up the bones of old code, and techniques for bringing ancient code back to life. The speakers were Keith Braithwaite, Daniel Brolund, Stuart Curran, Stephane Ducasse, Dmitry Kandalov, Michael Feathers, Robert Smallshire and Matt Wynne. Delegates shared their own experiences through some 5 minute lightning talks.

For more details please see the Programme.

Slides from some of the presentations are now available as links from the session details.

Jeff Foster has written an excellent review of the day.

The conference was organised by Robert Chatley and Duncan McGregor.