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Languages for extensible virtual machines

Many languages have an underlying virtual machine (VM) to provide a more portable and convenient substrate for compilation or interpretation. For language research it’s useful to be able to generate custom VMs and other language tools for different languages. Which raises the question: what’s the appropriate language for writing experimental languages?

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Things that won’t change

Technology always advances, and in most areas the rate of change is also increasing all the time. But there are some areas where technological changes either happen only slowly, or even go into reverse. Not something we’re used to in computer science, but it’s a feature of sensor network programming: what are the challenges that technology won’t solve for us?

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