Michael Van De Vanter

Registered user since Fri 8 May 2015

Name:Michael Van De Vanter

Michael Van De Vanter lectures in the area of programming languages at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, following 25 years at Sun Microsystems Laboratories (later Oracle Labs). His final contribution at Oracle Labs was the GraalVM Instrumentation Framework, which ensures that the high-performance language implementations GraalVM makes possible are accompanied, with minimal extra effort, by cross-language tools, such as debuggers, profilers, and others. He was previously author of the Maxine Inspector, a combination debugger and visual heap inspector for the Maxine Research VM, and before that Principal Investigator of the Jackpot project at Sun Microsystems Labs.

Country:United States
Affiliation:Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Research interests:Developer Tools, Programming Languages, Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering


MoreVMs'20 Committee Member in Program Committee within the MoreVMs'20-track
‹Programming› 2020 Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
CoCoS 2017 Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the CoCoS 2017-track
Chair in Program Committee within the CoCoS 2017-track
‹Programming› 2018 Author of Fast, Flexible, Polyglot Instrumentation Support for Debuggers and other Tools within the Research Papers-track
MoreVMs 2017 Author of Building Reusable, Low-overhead Tooling Support into a High Performance Polyglot VM within the MoreVMs 2017-track
Truffle 2015 Author of Developer Tools for Truffle-implemented Languages within the Truffle-track
ICOOOLPS 2015 Author of Position Paper: Building Debuggers and Other Tools: We Can “Have it All” within the ICOOOLPS-track
ECOOP 2015 Session Chair of Developer Assistance (part of Research Track)