Mark d'Inverno
Mark d'Inverno is an alumnus of St. Catherine's College, Oxford, where he studied for an MA in Mathematics and an MSc in Computation. He was awarded a PhD from University College London in Artificial...
Mark Harman (computer scientist)
Mark Harman is a British computer scientist. Since 2010 he has been a Professor at University College London. He is also Director of the Centre for Research on Evolution Search and Testing (CREST), ...
Keith Clark
Keith Leonard Clark (born 1943) is a Professor of Computer Science at Imperial College London, England. He has lectured in both mathematics and computer science.Clark earnt a Ph.D. in 1980 from Queen ...
Dines Bjørner
Professor Dines Bjørner (born 4 October 1937 in Odense) is a Danish computer scientist.He specializes in research into domain engineering, requirements engineering and formal methods. He worked with C...
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Terry Shannon (IT)
Terry Shannon (August 16, 1952 – May 26, 2005) was an American information technology consultant, journalist and author. For over 30 years, he was involved in implementing PDP, VAX, and Alpha computer...
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Jim Woodcock
Professor Jim C. P. Woodcock FREng FBCS CEng CITP is a British computer scientist.Woodcock gained his PhD from the University of Liverpool. Until 2001 he was Professor of Software Engineering at the O...
List of publications by Mark Pesce
Mark D. Pesce (born 1962) (/ˈpɛʃiː/ PESH-ee) is an author, researcher, engineer, futurist and teacher.
September 1980, Pesce attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), for a Bachelor of...
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Mark Pesce
Mark D. Pesce (born 1962) (/ˈpɛʃiː/ PESH-ee) is an author, researcher, engineer, futurist and teacher.
September 1980, Pesce attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), for a Bachelor of...
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Audrey Tang
Audrey Tang (born April 18, 1981; formerly known as Autrijus Tang) is a Taiwanese free software programmer, who has been described as one of the "ten greats of Taiwanese computing."
Tang showed an...
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Neil J. Gunther
Neil Gunther, (born 15 August 1950) is a computer information systems researcher best known internationally for developing the open-source performance modeling software Pretty Damn Quick and developin...
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John Fitzgerald (computer scientist)
John S. Fitzgerald (born 1965) is a British computer scientist and Chair of Formal Methods Europe. He is a Reader in the School of Computing Science at Newcastle University, UK, where he works as a me...
Michael Hinchey
Michael Gerard Hinchey (born 1969) is an Irish computer scientist and Director at the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero), a multi-university research centre headquarteed at the Universi...
Zak Greant
Zak Greant is an evangelist, strategist, author, and speaker active in free software and open source communities. He is based in Vancouver, Canada. Greant spends much of each year traveling to speak...
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Stephen R. Bourne
Stephen Richard (Steve) Bourne (born 7 January 1944) is a computer scientist, originally from the United Kingdom and based in the United States for most of his career. He is most famous as the author ...
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Bertrand Meyer
Bertrand Meyer (/ˈmaɪər/; [mɛjɛʁ]; born 1950) is a French academic, author, and consultant in the field of computer languages. He created the Eiffel programming language and the idea of design by cont...
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Matthew Hennessy
Matthew Hennessy is an Irish computer scientist who has contributed especially to concurrency, process calculi and programming language semantics.
During 1976–77, Matthew Hennessy was an Assistant...
Martin Kay
Martin Kay is a computer scientist, born in 1935, known especially for his work in computational linguistics.Born and raised in the United Kingdom, he received his M.A. from Trinity College, Cambridge...
Peter G. Neumann
Peter Gabriel Neumann (born 1932) is a computer-science researcher who has worked on the Multics operating system in the 1960s. He edits the RISKS Digest columns for ACM Software Engineering Notes and...
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Josh Fisher
Joseph A "Josh" Fisher is an American computer scientist noted for his work on VLIW architectures, compiling, and instruction-level parallelism, and for the founding of Multiflow Computer. He is a He...
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Bill Kennedy (computer scientist)
William P. "Bill" Kennedy, born 1951, is the former editor-in-chief of A+ Publishing, including MacComputing, A+, and PC Games magazines. Kennedy was an early participant in Real World Interface (RWI)...
Todd Greanier
Todd Greanier is an author and software architect, widely regarded as an expert in Java programming. He has written several books on the subject, including Java Foundations, which is used as a textboo...
Ted Nace
Ted Nace (born 1956) is an American writer, publisher, and environmentalist notable for his critique of corporate personhood and his anti-coal activism. He co-founded Peachpit Press from his house and...
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Tom Gilb
Tom Gilb (born 1940) is an American systems engineer, consultant, and author, known for the development of software metric, software inspection, and evolutionary processes.
Tom Gilb was born in 19...
Daniel Jackson (computer scientist)
Daniel Jackson (born 1963) is a Professor of Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is the principal designer of the Alloy modelling language, and author of the book S...
Robin Milner
Arthur John Robin Gorell Milner FRS FRSE (13 January 1934 – 20 March 2010), known as Robin Milner or A. J. R. G. Milner, was a prominent British computer scientist.
Milner was born in Yealmpton, n...
Randal L. Schwartz
Randal L. Schwartz (born November 22, 1961), also known as merlyn, is an American author, system administrator and programming consultant.
Schwartz is the co-author of several widely used books ab...
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