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Andrei Chiș is a PhD student at University of Bern in the Software Composition Group. Prior to this, he got a master and a bachelor degree in software engineering from the “Politehnica” University of Timișoara, under the supervision of Radu Marinescu, with theses in the area of software visualisation.
He maintains that development environments have to be moldable, that is, they have to be aware of the application under development and the developer’s tasks and enable rapid and effective customization to new applications and development tasks. His current research focuses on build new solutions that make that vision possible as part of the Glamorous Toolkit team. He is also a contributor to Pharo, a live, Smalltalk-inspired programming language and environment, and Moose, a platform for software and data analysis.
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