personal and research notes
I am working at the School of Computing
at the University of Kent.
My work focuses on programming language implementation techniques,
complex concurrent systems, and tooling.
Much of work revolves around making interpreters faster,
detecting and preventing concurrency bugs at run time,
and use modern language runtime systems
to provide programmers with better tooling.
For contact details see my page at the School of Computing.
Oct 23, 2015:
JIT Data Structures, Fully Reflective VMs, and Meta-Circular Meta-Tracing
The year leading up to SPLASH has been pretty busy. Beside my own talks on Tracing vs. Partial Evaluation and Optimizing Communicating Event-Loop Languages with Truffle, there are going to be three other presentations on work I was involved in.