The Programming Languages and Software Engineering professional interest community is one of the most active research areas in IBM Research. Ph.D. students interested in learning more about the various PLSE projects can download mp3 files or Word Documents of short presentations by IBM computer scientists renowned for their cutting-edge work.
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|There is joy in software. IBM Fellow Grady Booch talks about the relationship between abstraction and the search for beauty in software design patterns. 8 min., 40 email@example.com|
|How do enterprises govern their software development activities? Clay Williams is working with a cross-disciplinary governance team to support the creative development of software. 6 min., 30 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|X10: Creating the next high-computing programming language. Vijay Saraswat and his colleagues are developing a programming language slated to work on super-fast hardware architectures. 10 min., 40 email@example.com|
|Metronome: Making every little second count in garbage collection. David Bacon and Perry Cheng are using the Metronome garbage collector to revolutionize real-time responsiveness in industries ranging from automotive to financial services. 9 min., 1 sec.|| firstname.lastname@example.org|
Last updated on June 6, 2008