50 Years of Programming and Language Design
A retrospective talk on five decades of practice of computing.
|Slides - Steele (SteelePLMW2018.pdf)||4.54MiB|
His publications and patents cover compilers, language design, garbage collection, microprocessor design, parallel algorithms, floating-point arithmetic, network design, machine-learning algorithms, and pseudorandom number generators. Honors include: ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award, ACM Fellow, AAAI Fellow, ACM SIGPLAN Programming Languages Achievement Award, member of National Academy of Engineering, fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and IEEE Fellow. He is well-known for his 1998 ACM OOPSLA talk Growing a Language. His most recent talk is It’s Time for a New Old Language.
Tue 6 NovDisplayed time zone: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey change
08:45 - 10:00
Keynote: SteeleKeynotes / PLMW at Cambridge
Chair(s): Barbara Ryder Virginia Tech
|Welcome and Introduction|
Barbara Ryder Virginia TechFile Attached
|50 Years of Programming and Language DesignKEYNOTE|
Guy L. Steele Jr. Oracle LabsFile Attached