Guillermo Polito

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Name:Guillermo Polito

Guille Polito is research engineer at the CRIStAL laboratory in the university of Lille, working in tight relation with the RMoD team. Guille’s main research interests are programming language development, programming tools, modular systems, and maintenance of large software systems.

He currently works on techniques to develop modular systems and languages, and new development tools. Guille works in the development of the open source Pharo programming language and environment since 2010, and he is a member of its technical board since 2018.

Affiliation:CNRS; CRIStAL; University of Lille; Centrale Lille; Inria
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Research interests:Programming Languages, Metaprogramming, Software Architecture and Quality


DLS 2021 Author of Analyzing Permission Transfer Channels for Dynamically Typed Languages within the DLS 2021-track
DLS 2020 Author of Framework-Aware Debugging with Stack Tailoring within the DLS 2020-track
SPLASH 2020 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Onward! Papers-track
META 2019 Committee Member in Program Committee within the META 2019-track
DLS 2019 Author of Sindarin: a Versatile Scripting API for the Pharo Debugger within the DLS 2019-track
‹Programming› 2019 Author of Out-Of-Place Debugging: a Debugging Architecture to Reduce Debugging Interference within the Research Papers-track
ICSE 2019 Author of Rotten Green Tests within the Technical Track-track
META 2017 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Meta 2017-track
‹Programming› 2018 Author of Scoped Extension Methods in Dynamically-Typed Languages within the Research Papers-track
META 2016 Author of Instance Migration in Dynamic Software Update within the Meta 2016-track
Pharo 2015 Speaker in Organizers within the Pharo-track
Onward! 2015 Author of Virtualization Support for Dynamic Core Library Update within the Onward! Papers-track
Author of A Bootstrapping Infrastructure to Build and Extend Pharo-like Languages within the Onward! Papers-track