Dr. Shapiro is most recently known for his work on the EROS secure and reliable operating system, and it’s commercial successor, Coyotos (www.coyotos.org). His work on the BitC programming language grew out of a need to make systems programs and major applications more defensible in general. Dr. Shapiro has worked in settings ranging from small startups to Fortune-25 corporations. In one life he spent nearly ten years on the faculty at Johns Hopkins University. In another, he has acted as founder or co-founder of four startup companies.
Dr. Shapiro was the author of A C++ Toolkit, the first book on reusable programming in C++. In addition to his work on operating systems and programming languages, he has also taken leading architectural roles in debugging and performance analysis tools.
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