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Live Programming: Origins and Directions

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Liveness in programming environments generally refers to the ability to modify a running program. Liveness is one form of a more general class of behaviors by a programming environment that provide information to programmers about what they are constructing. Liveness is particularly helpful in educational contexts and in end-user programming. One form of live programming, known as live coding, involves programmers as performers in front of audiences. This talk gives a brief historical perspective on liveness and discusses an extension of a hierarchy given in 1990, to now account for even more powerful execution-oriented tools for programmers.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Group Seminars series.

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