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D. thesis was on a program to play chess endgames. After graduate school, Dr. Liskov went back to work at Mitre Corporation, where she had worked before going to graduate school. She worked at Mitre for four years, during that time switching her area of interest from AI to systems. Dr. Liskov left Mitre to join the faculty at MIT, where she is currently the Ford Professor of Software Science and Engineering. Her teaching and research interests include programming languages, programming methodology, distributed computing, and parallel computing.

Her teaching and research interests include programming languages, programming methodology, distributed computing, and parallel computing. She is a member of the ACM, the IEEE, the National Academy of Engineering, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. David MacQueen involved in the design and implementation of the Hope and Standard ML programming languages and is one of the principle authors of the Standard ML of New Jersey programming system. He has been active in the programming language research community and is general chair of POPL 98.

The design of new languages is often not the solution to a user's problem. They often have a different problem, which is getting the right facilities available in the language they want to use. L . i s k o v : I would probably discourage them from entering the field. It's not clear that the work done in the research area has that much of a practical impact. It might be better off thinking about other things to work on. If you're going to develop programming languages though, it's good to have a very solid grasp of what they are good for.

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