The authors of POPL’s 2020 most influential paper reflect on the journey that produced their award winning research on program synthesis, and the impact the work has had on them, the research community, and society at large, ever since.
The History of Programming Languages (HOPL) conference is the most paradoxical that SIGPLAN puts on: the hardest to publish in, yet an acceptance rate of almost 100%. This post is the story of HOPL IV (2020).
Jean Yang interviews 15 programming languages researchers about their work, methods, motivations, and history.
The authors of POPL’s 2019 most influential paper reflect on lessons learned: (i) in research, ask daring questions far beyond current capabilities; (ii) develop compositional techniques, which confer important benefits that increase impact; (iii) work in PL theory: now is a great time for it!
Runtime Support for Multicore Haskell (ICFP’09) was awarded the SIGPLAN ten-year most-influential paper award in 2019. In this blog post we reflect on the journey that led to the paper, and what has happened since.
Reactive frameworks are very popular on the Web today, but they were unknown a decade ago. As creators of an early project in this space, we recount its origins and the unusual approach we took to writing an academic research paper about it.