Explorable code slides

  • Fritz M
  • Biegel B
  • Diehl S
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Abstract

Presenting source code to others is not only a typical task of computer science teachers, but also when practitioners as well as researchers in software engineering are faced with this task. Usually, classical presentation tools or source code editors are used for such presentations. However, while the former are too inflexible for the presenter to deviate from a preplanned scheme, the latter show too many irrelevant details to the audience. In this paper, we introduce Explorable Code Slides, which address both issues. We not only describe its concept and features but also report on our practical experience from using Explorable Code Slides in class and feedback gathered from our students.

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  • Michael Fritz

  • Benjamin Biegel

  • Stephan Diehl

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