From January 27, 2019 until July 3, 2019

Course: TI2606 Edition: 2018-2019

Course staff
  • Casper Poulsen
  • Eelco Visser
  • Taico Aerts
  • Casper Boone
  • Dereck BridiĆ©
  • Raoul Bruens
  • Chris Lemaire
  • Jochem Raat
  • Maarten Sijm
  • Dominique van Cuilenborg
  • Yoshi van den Akker
  • Paul van der Stel
About the Course

The design of a programming language is the result of a selection from a general collection of programming language concepts. With some frequency, new languages are introduced that combine concepts in an novel manner and sometimes introduce new concepts. During his/her career, a computer scientist will have to work with more than one generation of programming languages. In order to learn new programming languages, a computer scientist should understand the basic principles in the design of programming languages.