Come talk with Claire about software quality—especially automated debugging. There is no question too big or small. She is happy to discuss any kinds of development or challenges people face and the ways that academic research can (or can’t) help them.
Claire Le Goues is an assistant professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, where she researches ways to automatically and confidently evolve, debug, maintain, and improve real-world software systems. Claire also directs CMU’s undergraduate research and education programs in software engineering and is passionate about training software engineering practitioners and researchers from all backgrounds and walks of life.
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