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Recently, Channel 9 was invited to attend the great SPLASH conference. What is SPLASH? Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity. SPLASH is an annual conference that embraces all aspects of software construction and delivery, and that joins all factions of programming technologies. Since 2010 SPLASH is the umbrella for OOPSLA and Onward!. This year it features a third technical track, Wavefront, designed to publish innovative work closely related to advanced development and production software. SPLASH takes on the notable track record of OOPSLA as a premier forum for software innovation, while broadening the scope of the conference into new topics beyond objects and new forms of contributions. [source=SPLASHcon.org]
A big thanks to the SPLASH event organizers for inviting me and my camera to the event to engage some key computer scientists and engineers in geeky fun conversation! SPLASH is a great event! I learned a ton and met many amazing computer scientists and students.
Table of contents (courtesy of https://channel9.msdn.com/Niners/George_Curelet_Balan)
[01:30] reference to the module system
[06:03] a pattern tells you that there is a bug in the programming language
[06:18] ref to growing the language exemplified with English language single syllable words
[09:15] adding types to the language
[10:40] Comments about the Dart language
[13:15] Dart as a warning language
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