Brad A. Myers

Registered user since Fri 5 Sep 2014

Name:Brad A. Myers
Affiliation:Carnegie Mellon University
Research interests:Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); Programming Tools

Contributions

VL/HCC 2022 Committee Member in Program Committee
SPLASH 2021 Author of Can Advanced Type Systems Be Usable? An Empirical Study of Ownership, Assets, and Typestate in Obsidian within the SIGPLAN Papers-track
VL/HCC 2021 Committee Member in Steering Committee
VL/HCC 2020 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
Program Co-Chair in Program Committee within the Journal First-track
Session Chair of Adding Intelligence to Development Environments (part of Research Papers)
Journal First Program Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
SPLASH 2020 Author of Can Advanced Type Systems Be Usable? An Empirical Study of Ownership, Assets, and Typestate in Obsidian within the Posters-track
Author of Can Advanced Type Systems Be Usable? An Empirical Study of Ownership, Assets, and Typestate in Obsidian within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
Author of Can Advanced Type Systems Be Usable? An Empirical Study of Ownership, Assets, and Typestate in Obsidian within the OOPSLA-track
ASE 2019 Author of MARBLE: Mining for Boilerplate Code to Identify API Usability Problems within the Research Papers-track
SPLASH 2019 Author of Obsidian: Typestate and Assets for Safer Smart Contracts within the Posters-track
PLATEAU 2018 Author of Interdisciplinary Programming Language Design - Preview within the PLATEAU 2018-track
Onward! 2018 Author of Interdisciplinary Programming Language Design within the Onward! Essays-track
SPLASH 2018 Author of Obsidian: A Safer Blockchain Programming Language within the Posters-track
PLATEAU 2017 Author of A User Study to Inform the Design of the Obsidian Blockchain DSL within the PLATEAU 2017-track
Author of Preliminary Analysis of REST API Style Guidelines within the PLATEAU 2017-track
PLATEAU 2016 Committee Member in Program Committee within the PLATEAU-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of Most Most Influential Paper: Debugging reinvented: asking and answering why and why not questions about program behavior within the Plenary Sessions-track
PLATEAU 2015 Committee Member in Program Committee within the PLATEAU-track
Author of Comparing Transitive to Intransitive Object Immutability within the PLATEAU-track
PROMOTO 2015 Author of Promoto Keynote: Towards More Natural Programming for Mobile and Touch within the PROMOTO-track
PLATEAU Author of EUKLAS: Supporting Copy-and-Paste Strategies for Integrating Example Code within the PLATEAU-track
Author of Considering Productivity Effects of Explicit Type Declarations within the PLATEAU-track