A Craft Practice of Programming Language Research

Alan F. Blackwell

It has become increasingly common to consider programming as a craft practice, driven largely by tools that are sufficiently responsive for reflective conversation with material, agile design processes, and live coded performance. This paper considers some of the epistemological questions that arise in programming as a critical technical practice, and especially when programming language research itself is taken seriously to be a craft.

Type of Publication: Paper
Conference: PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference
Publication Year: 2018
Paper #: 3
TitleA Craft Practice of Programming Language Research
Publication TypePaper
AuthorsBlackwell, AF
PPIG Workshop: 
2018-09-29th