February 14, 2007 lecture by Ian Piumarta for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). Ian describes several significant aspects of the design and implementation of a programming environment that, along with a programming language, exhibits the properties desired of the system at large; he finishes by describing the remaining components of the programming system (from parsing to code generation) developed by Viewpoints Research Institute.
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