Other people in Computer Science

On this page you will find some links to private pages that I have found, which share my interest in computer science

Edsger W. Dijkstra

Originally from the Netherlands, this great computer scientist lived in Texas, until his death. On November 20, 2001, I found the page "In Pursuit of Simplicity" dedicated to his many manuscript, which give a good impression of his style of working. EWD1166 gives a short autobiography.

Scott W. Ambler

Wrote many interesting articles about software engineering. Two that I have referenced are dealing with XP and the Object Constraint Language

Philip Wadler

Has a lot of stuff on functional programming languages, Generic Java, and such.

Phil Koopman

He has an interest in embedded systems, computer architecture and compilers. He also has a page about Forth & Stack Computers.

Paul R. Wilson

He has an interest in Object-Oriented Programming Systems.

Douglas Moore

He has an interest in logival programming and generic theory. He also wrote an Experimental LISP OO Implementation in C++. Has some ideas on Generic Theory.

Arne Helme

Stayed in the same building as I, but I cannot remember to have spoken with him. He had some interesting things to say about Linux versus NetBSD in his student information page.

Dick Botting

Does research on how software is developed. Has manny pointers to other resources.

Sanjay Ghemawat

Andrew A. Adams

He does research on theorem proving, and shares my interest in Dune.

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