Dries Buytaert

Most influential OOPSLA 2007 paper award

We received the ACM SIGPLAN award for the most influential paper of OOPSLA 2007.

I was in for a nice surprise this week. Andy Georges, Lieven Eeckhout and I received an ACM SIGPLAN award for the most influential OOPSLA 2007 paper. Our paper was called "Statistically rigorous Java performance evaluation" and was published 10 years ago at the OOPSLA conference. It helped set a standard for benchmarking the performance of Java applications. A quick look on the ACM website shows that our paper has been cited 156 times. The award was totally unexpected, but much appreciated. As much as I love my current job, thinking back to some of my PhD research makes me miss my academic work. Congratulations Andy and Lieven!

— Dries Buytaert

Dries Buytaert is a Boston-based Open Source advocate and technology executive. More than 10,000 people are subscribed to his blog. Sign up to have new posts emailed to you or subscribe using RSS.

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