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From program analysis research to industrial programming language development

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Abstract: During my PhD I was offered the chance to be an intern with the Oslo product team at Microsoft in Redmond. As a research student in program analysis with some industrial experience, I was in the privileged position of being able to work on the design and implementation of a new programming language called M. After completing my PhD I accepted a job offer to continue working with the Oslo team on the M programming language. In this talk I will describe my PhD work, how it led me to my current job and what it’s like as a former research student in industry.

Biography: Andy Maule is a software development engineer at Microsoft Corporation working on the M programming language as part of the Oslo project. He completed his PhD at University College London in 2009, studying static analysis of programming languages to help mitigate the effects of database schema changes. His interests include programming languages, program analysis and software engineering process and tools.

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