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ECOOP 2016
Sun 17 - Fri 22 July 2016 Rome, Italy
James Noble

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Name:James Noble

James Noble is Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. James has B.Sc(Hons) and Ph.D. degrees, both from VUW, completed in 1997. After leaving VUW, James worked in Sydney, first at the University of Technology, Sydney, and then at the Microsoft Research Institute, Macquarie University. James returned to VUW as a lecturer in late 1999, just in time to avoid the predicted end of the world.

James’s research centres around software design. This includes the design of the users’ interface, the parts of software that users have to deal with every day, and the programmers’ interface, the internal structures and organisations of software that programmers see only when they are designing, building, or modifying software. His research in both of these areas is coloured by my longstanding interest in object oriented approaches to design, and topics he has studies range from aliasing and object ownership, design patterns, agile methodology, via usability, visualisation and computer music, to postmodernism and the semiotics of programming.

Country:New Zealand
Affiliation:Victoria University of Wellington


ECOOP 2016 Invited Guest in Academic Panel within the Doctoral Symposium-track
Half a Life in Software (Senior DN Prize Lecture)
Object Inheritance without Classes
Co-chair in Organizing Committee within the Summer School-track
Session Chair of Session 2 (part of Research Track)
Committee Member in Senior Mentors within the Summer School-track
COP 2016 Keynote: We Demand Rigidly Defined Areas of Doubt and Uncertainty.
FTfJP 2016 Permission and Authority Revisited: Towards a Formalization
STOP 2016 Beyond Types: Extending the Gradual Guarantee
IWACO 2016 Abstract Data Types in Object-Capability Systems
LIVE 2016 Co-chair in Program Committee within the LIVE-track
CurryOn 2016 Notes on Post-Post-Modern-Modern Programming
GRACE 2016 Recent changes and language design issues in Grace
Co-chair in Program Committee within the GRACE-track
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