Bertrand Meyer


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Bertrand Meyer

The author of the Eiffel Language and many articles on object-oriented software techniques.
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The Program Committee presented an annual Bertrand Meyer award for the best research paper in the field of software engineering.
provide first the presentations from the keynote speakers Bertrand Meyer and Marco Piccioni (both: computer science, Zurich), and Nancy R.
Bertrand Meyer is this year's recipient of the ACM Software Systems Award, http://awards.
Originally designed by Eiffel Software under the leadership of Object Technology pioneer Bertrand Meyer, the Eiffel language is used worldwide by major corporations in mission-critical applications in finance, defence, aerospace, health care and many other fields.
com -- Alan Kay, Disney fellow and vice president of research and development, Walt Disney Imagineering -- Don Box, co-founder, DevelopMentor, a component software think tank -- Stuart McClure, lead author of the best-selling security book, "Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets and Solutions" -- Lisa Farr, founder, president and CEO, Occam Networks -- Michael Stal, Director of Distributed Object and Component Computing, Siemen's AG -- Eric Schultz, chairman and CEO, Wireless Knowledge; and -- Bertrand Meyer, a pioneer of modern software engineering now intimately involved with Microsoft's new .
com; Alan Kay, Disney fellow and vice president of research and development, Walt Disney Imagineering; Don Box, co-founder, DevelopMentor, a component software think tank; Stuart McClure, lead author of the best-selling security book, "Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets and Solutions"; Lisa Farr, founder, president and CEO, Occam Networks; Eric Schultz, chairman and CEO, Wireless Knowledge; and Bertrand Meyer, a pioneer of modern software engineering now intimately involved with Microsoft's new .
Bertrand Meyer, president of ISE, with Bill Gates, chairman and chief architect of Microsoft, at the Professional Developers Conference that first introduced .
Bertrand Meyer, president of ISE, was invited to discuss Eiffel under .
Over 55 Technical Sessions: Attendees will learn from world-class experts who have made componentware work and wrote the book on the topic including: OOP guru Bertrand Meyer, OMG's director of Domain technology, John Siegel, and popular authors Tom Korson, John Williams, John Zukowski, Mitch Goldstein and Reaz Hogue.
That flexibility was also used by Cayenne to productize and support a code generator implementing ISE's Design by Contract methodology," said Bertrand Meyer, ISE president.