Pascal Weisenburger

Registered user since Thu 19 Apr 2018

Name: Pascal Weisenburger

Affiliation: TU Darmstadt

Contributions

REBLS 2020Author of Multitier Languages for Reactive Microservice Architectures within the REBLS 2020-track
ProWeb20Committee Member in Program Committee within the ProWeb 2020-track
SPLASH 2020Author of Rethinking Safe Consistency in Distributed Object-Oriented Programming within the OOPSLA-track
REBLS 2019Author of GRASS: Generic Reactive Application-Specific Scheduling within the REBLS-track
‹Programming› 2020Author of Implementing a Language for Distributed Systems: Choices and Experiences with Type Level and Macro Programming in Scala within the Research Papers-track
ECOOP 2019Author of Multitier Modules within the Research Papers-track
Author of Distributed System Development with ScalaLoci within the Posters-track
‹Programming› 2019Author of Developing Distributed Systems with ScalaLoci within the Demos-track
Author of Developing Distributed Systems with ScalaLoci within the Posters-track
REBLS 2018Author of Multitier Reactive Programming with ScalaLoci within the REBLS 2018-track
LIVE 2018Author of From Debugging Towards Live Tuning of Reactive Applications within the LIVE 2018-track
FTfJP 2018Author of Static Latency Tracking with Placement Types within the FTfJP-track
SPLASH 2018Author of From Debugging Towards Live Tuning of Reactive Applications within the Posters-track
Author of Distributed System Development with ScalaLoci within the Posters-track
Author of Distributed System Development with ScalaLoci within the OOPSLA-track
Author of Distributed System Development with ScalaLoci within the Artifacts-track
‹Programming› 2018Author of Distributed Reactive Applications with ScalaLoci within the Posters-track
REBLS 2016Author of Towards a Comprehensive Multitier Reactive Language within the REBLS-track
ECOOP and ISSTA 2018Author of Distributed Multitier Programming with Placement Types using ScalaLoci within the Posters-track
SPLASH 2016Author of Multitier Reactive Abstractions within the Doctoral Symposium-track