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Publications Page of Albrecht Wöß

Die .NET-Technologie | 1st Rotor Workshop | OOPSLA 2001

Die .NET-Technologie

Wolfgang Beer, Dietrich Birngruber, Hanspeter Mössenböck, Albrecht Wöß
Die .NET-Technologie
Grundlagen und Anwendungsprogrammierung
dpunkt.verlag, Sept. 2002, ISBN 3-89864-174-0

Compiler Generation Tools for C#

Talk and Poster presentation at the 1st Rotor Workshop
July 23rd to 27th, 2002, Queen's College, Cambridge, UK


Find further information about the project and the slides of the talk (in .ppt format) here.

Must Java Development Be So Slow?

An "Oberon-inspired" Java environment might have some answers

Poster presentation at Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications, October 14-18, 2001, at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa Bay, Florida, USA.
The extended abstract has been published in the OOPSLA '01 Companion, pp. 123-124, ACM ISBN: 1-58113-441-X.

Abstract:

Starting a new VM each time an application is executed, forces numerous classes to be loaded multiple times. This overhead significantly slows down the development of Java software. So don't do it! We plan to eliminate these bottlenecks with an open Java environment where only one VM hosts all applications and classes are loaded only once.

Furthermore we want to add a powerful textual user interface that allows command execution at a mouse-click in any text, supports literate programming, and thus highly enhances Java programming, development and maintenance of Java software.

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3-D Visualization of Object Interactions

Master's Thesis, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, August 2000.