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Title: Moose how to solve real problems without reading code
Speaker: Tudor Girba
Mon, August 18, 12:00pm – 12:30pm
Moose is a platform for software and data analysis (http://moosetechnology.org). It runs on Pharo and it can help you figure out problems around software systems.
In this talk, I show several real-life examples of how custom tools built on top of Moose helped solve concrete problems. The examples vary both in scope and in the kind of problems. For example, we talk about how we fixed a caching problem in a Java system by analyzing logs, or how we fixed a Morphic problem by means of visualization and interaction. Even if these problems are so different, all of them were solvable with one uniform set of programmable tools.
That is the power of Moose, and it is now at the fingertips of any Pharo programmer.
Tudor Gîrba attained his PhD from the University of Berne, and he now works as team and innovation lead at CompuGroup Medical Schweiz, and as an independent consultant. He leads the work on Moose, a smart open-source platform for software and data analysis (http://moosetechnology.org) and he is part of the board of Pharo, the new cool kid on the object-oriented languages arena (http://pharo.org). He developed the humane assessment method (http://humane-assessment.com), and he is helping companies to rethink the way they manage software systems. To demystify innovation, he also developed the demo-driven innovation method (http://demodriven.com) as a combination of design thinking, idea prototyping and storytelling. In 2014, he won the prestigious Dahl-Nygaard Junior Award (http://aito.org) for his work on modeling and visualization of evolution and interplay of large numbers of objects.