First Name: Noury , Dave
Last Name: Bouraqadi , Mason
Email: email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
This talk is an update on PharoJS (http://pharojs.org). It covers the current status of the PharoJS development process, as well as its tools.
The talk will also give a glimpse of some recent applications developed using PharoJS, and draw a roadmap for the future of PharoJS.
Noury Bouraqadi is a full professor in Software Engineering and Robotics at IMT Lille Douai (France).
His research aims at easing development of complex software using dynamic languages, in the context of distributed systems.
He specifically focuses on mobile autonomous robots and multi-robot systems.
More at: *http://car.imt-lille-douai.fr/noury*
Dave Mason is a full professor at Ryerson University (Canada).
His is interested in:
- "Programming for the rest of us" - a programming language/environment to make programming - particularly of dynamic or large datasets - accessible to the non-programmers of the world.
- up-front optimizing Java compiler called OptiJava
- issues relating to software reliability engineering, particularly Probabilistic Program Execution using Smalltalk,
- programming languages, particularly pure object-oriented languages like Smalltalk, Self and Ruby and mostly-functional languages like Scheme and Clojure,
More at: *http://sarg.ryerson.ca/dmason/*