I'm writing this entry from Narita airport, as I am on my way to Austin, Texas, to attend both SEAMS and ICSE. At SEAMS, I will be presenting our paper, "Reusable Self-adaptation through Bidirectional Programming", where we argue that putback-based

SEAMS'16: Reusable Self-Adaptation through Bidirectional Programming

I am delighted to announce that our paper, "Reusable Self-Adaptation through Bidirectional Programming", has been accepted at SEAMS, the 11th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems, co-located with ICSE in Austin, TX. SEAMS will take place

Talk on Self-Adaptive Federated Authorisation Infrastructures

Last week, I gave a talk during our group's weekly seminar. Talks usually go for 45 to 60 minutes, with some time for discussions after that. They can either focus on the presenter's current or recent research, or on a

I was looking at the Signal-android repository on Github today, and came across their code style guidelines. While some of those guidelines are specific to Android, or at least Java, development, I was surprised at how many of them apply

A couple of weeks ago, two new intern students, Kevin and Robin, joined our bidirectional programming group at NII. They are MSc students from the University of Namur, Belgium, and will be with us until mid-December. They will be working