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SPLASH 2017
Sun 22 - Fri 27 October 2017 Vancouver, Canada
Mon 23 Oct 2017 14:45 - 15:00 at Regency D - Language, DSL, and Feature Design Chair(s): Joshua Sunshine

Throughout the history of computers, there has been a proliferation of new programming languages. Programmers have a variety of language choices for application or system development. Many languages have differing constructs, syntax rules, and development environments, which impede the productivity of programmers using a diverse language set. With the renewed interest in Domain Specific Languages (DSL), we argue that further emphasis should be put on common core constructs and syntax during the design and evaluation of a new language. We believe common base languages will improve programmer productivity, and allow the development of a strong supporting ecosystem of programming systems.

Mon 23 Oct

plateau-2017
13:30 - 15:00: PLATEAU 2017 - Language, DSL, and Feature Design at Regency D
Chair(s): Joshua SunshineCarnegie Mellon University
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Celeste BarnabyWesleyan University, Michael CoblenzCarnegie Mellon University, Tyler Etzel, Eliezer KanalCarnegie Mellon University, Joshua SunshineCarnegie Mellon University, Brad MyersCarnegie Mellon University, Jonathan AldrichCarnegie Mellon University
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plateau-2017150875940000013:50 - 14:05
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Yasaman SefidgarUniversity of Washington, Maya CakmakUniversity of Washington
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plateau-2017150876030000014:05 - 14:25
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Lauren MurphyUniversity of Michigan, Tosin AlliyuHaverford College, Mary Beth KeryCarnegie Mellon University, Brad MyersCarnegie Mellon University
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plateau-2017150876150000014:25 - 14:45
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Tommaso Dal SassoUniversità della Svizzera Italiana, Andrei Chişfeenk, Switzerland, Andrea MocciUniversita della Svizzera italiana (USI), Tudor GîrbaCompuGroup Medical Schweiz AG, Michele LanzaUniversità della Svizzera italiana (USI)
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plateau-2017150876270000014:45 - 15:00
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Alon AmidUC Berkeley, Borivoje NikolicUC Berkeley
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