Charla

Charla: “Some thoughts about teaching programming
(2013-11-19)


Charlista: 
Pedro Antunes
Fecha: 
21 Noviembre, 2013 - 14:00
Sala: 
Auditorio 3er piso
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

Associate Professor, Victoria University of Wellington, School of Information Management

Web: http://staff.sim.vuw.ac.nz/pedro-antunes

 

Abstract




Charla: "Transferir ideas a la industria"
(2013-11-18)


Charlista: 
Alexandre Bergel, académico DCC
Fecha: 
20 Noviembre, 2013 - 16:15
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso.
Organización: 
Claudio Gutiérrez, académico DCC.



Charla: "Microsoft Ecosystem, Programs and Initiatives for Innovation and Entrepreneurship"
(2013-11-13)


Charlista: 
Marco Zúñiga, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Chile.
Fecha: 
14 Noviembre, 2013 - 16:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC
Organización: 
Nelson Baloian, académico DCC.



Charla: “JEScala -- an exercise in integrating concurrent, object-oriented, aspect-oriented and event-based programming”
(2013-11-11)


Charlista: 
Charlista: Jacques Noyé, INRIA/Ecole des Mines de Nantes
Fecha: 
14 Noviembre, 2013 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, Piso 3
Organización: 
PLEIAD

Resumen:

I will introduce JEScala as an exercise in seamlessly integrating concurrent programming, object-oriented programming, aspect-oriented programming and event-based programming. We will first look at a way to get, in a sequential setting, improved event-based programming in an object-oriented language (Scala) based on ideas drawn from aspect-oriented programming. We will then consider how to support concurrency by adding asynchronous events and composition operators inspired by the join calculus.

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Charla: "Pharo is Yours"
(2013-11-11)


Charlista: 
Stéphane Ducasse
Fecha: 
13 Noviembre, 2013 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, Piso 3
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

Stéphane Ducasse is scientific officer of INRIA Lille Nord Europe research center. Since September 2007, Stéphane is research director at INRIA Lille leading the RMoD Team. Stéphane is president of ESUG, the European Smalltalk User Group. Stéphane co-founded Synectique, a company that offers specific tools for Software analysis. Stéphane is one of the leaders of Pharo, a new and exciting dynamic language.

Pharo is a dynamic object-oriented programming language. Pharo's model and syntax are uniform, simple and expressive. These properties, when added to a powerful and flexible programming environment, regularly attract new developers. The community around Pharo has been steadily increasing over the years. This community is actively creating exciting and innovative software artifacts helping the development of advanced software systems. It offers open and object-oriented programming environments and libraries.




Charla: "Agile Modeling"
(2013-11-11)


Charlista: 
Prof. Oscar Nierstrasz, University of Bern
Fecha: 
13 Noviembre, 2013 - 14:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, Piso 3
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

Oscar Nierstrasz is Professor of Computer Science at the Institute of Computer Science (IAM) of the University of Bern, where he founded theSoftware Composition Group in 1994. He is co-author of over 200publications and co-author of the open-source books Object-Oriented Reengineering Patterns and Pharo by Example.

Prof. Nierstrasz has been passionate about object-oriented programming since the early 1980s, and has been honoured with the prestigious 2013 Dahl-Nygaard Senior Prize for contributions to the field of Object-Orientation. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Object Technology, as Programme Chair ofECOOP ’93, ESEC/FSE ’99 and MoDELS ’06, and as PC member of countless conferences. He is also known as the author of Identify the Champion, a pattern language for managing the peer review process of conferences.

URL: http://scg.unibe.ch/staff/oscar

Abstract: In order to analyze software systems, it is necessary to model them. Static software models are commonly imported by parsing source code and related data. Unfortunately, building custom parsers for most programming languages is a non-trivial endeavour. This poses a major bottleneck for analyzing software systems programmed in languages for which importers do not already exist. Luckily, initial software models do not require detailed parsers, so it is possible to start analysis with a coarse-grained importer, which is then gradually refined.




Charla: "De los métodos numéricos a los problemas geométricos: algoritmos para triangulaciones y sus propiedades matemático/computacionales"
(2013-11-04)


Charlista: 
María Cecilia Rivara, académica DCC.
Fecha: 
6 Noviembre, 2013 - 16:15
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso.
Organización: 
Claudio Gutiérrez, académico DCC:



Charla: “Large Scale Studies of Mobile Apps in the Android and iOS Markets”
(2013-10-30)


Charlista: 
Mei Nagappan, Affiliation: Software Analysis and Intelligence Lab (SAIL)
Fecha: 
6 Noviembre, 2013 - 14:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

Mei Nagappan received his PhD from NCSU. He is currently a Post Doctoral Fellow at the SAIL lab in Queen's University. He believes that as SE researchers we should look at deriving solutions that encompass the various stakeholders of software systems, and not only software developers. Hence, for the past 7 years he has been working on SE research that mines Ultra Large Repositories, which goes beyond just impacting S/W developers and testers. He has worked on using such Big Data in SE to address the concerns of S/W operators, build engineers, and project managers.

Abstract - Within a short time span, mobile apps, have grown into a multi-billion dollar market with users downloading billions of them each year. However, most software engineering research today has focused on software that runs on desktops or servers (e.g. Eclipse, Apache httpd). Hence, over the past two years we have extensively studied mobile apps for two of the world’s largest app platforms – iOS and Android.




Charla: “Topic: Typed Functional Programming with OCaml”
(2013-10-30)


Charlista: 
Fabrice Le Fessant
Fecha: 
6 Noviembre, 2013 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

Fabrice is a researcher at INRIA, French National Institute of Computer Science, in Paris. After developing peer-to-peer software (MLdonkey, Peerple) for 10 years, he founded OCamlPro in 2011, a startup to promote the use of the [OCaml programming language](http://www.ocaml.org/) in the industry.  Since then, OCamlPro has been working on developing the [TypeRex programming studio](http://www.typerex.org/) for OCaml, and on improving the accessibility of OCaml, releasing tools such as [OPAM](http://opam.ocamlpro.com/) and [Try OCaml](http://try.ocamlpro.com/).    

Abstract:




Charla DCC: "Persiguiendo ideas"
(2013-10-25)


Charlista: 
Benjamin Bustos, académico DCC.
Fecha: 
30 Octubre, 2013 - 16:15
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC
Organización: 
Claudio Gutiérrez, académico DCC.
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