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Kim Bruce is Reuben C. and Eleanor Winslow Professor of Computer Science at Pomona College as well as well as Frederick Latimer Wells emeritus Professor of Computer Science at Williams College. He is the author of Foundations of Object-Oriented Language from MIT Press and co-author of Java: An Eventful Approach from Prentice-Hall. He received the 2005 SIGCSE award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education. His current research blends his interests in programming languages and education with work on the design of the Grace programming language with Andrew Black and James Noble.
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