The proceedings volume including the accepted papers and extended abstracts can be downloaded here.
Gerard Alberts, University of Amsterdam, Developing an historical notion of software
Julian Rohrhuber, Robert Schumann School of Music and Media, Algorithmic complementarity. Some thoughts on experimental programming and the history of live coding
Wolfgang Brand,Two Approaches to One Task: A Historical Case Study of the Implementation and Deployment of two Software Packages for the Design of Light-Weight Structures in Architecture and Civil Engineering
Selmer Bringsjord and Jinrong Li, On the cognitive science of computer programming in service of two historic challenges
Timothy Colburn and Gary Shute, The Role of Types for Programmers
Edgar G. Daylight, A Compilation of Dutch Computing Styles, 1950s--1960s
Shintaro Miyazaki, Algorhytmic listening 1949-1962. Auditory practices of early mainframe computing
Pierre Mounier-Kuhn, Logic and computing in France: A late convergence
Allan Olley, Is plugged programming an Oxymoron?
Uri Pincas, On the Nature of the Relation between Algorithms and Programs
Nikolay v. Shilov, Parallel Programming as a Programming Paradigm
V. Kitov, S. Silantiev, V. Shilov, Anatoly Kitov and ALGEM algorithmic language
You can find a detailed program here